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1965 




HINGHAM 

PUBLIC 

LIBRARY 



Your Community Resource Center 



HIGHWAY 
1965 



HINGHAM HIGH 




SCHOOL . . . 



a building constructed from bricks, cement, glass . . . 

people within developed from discipline, thought, experience 




retrospection . . . 

red and white . . . 

a pile of books . . . locker combinations 

and conversations ... a dance . . . 

report cards ... a theater trip . . . 

a prom ... a test . . . 

a library pass . . a thought for the day . 

a game ticket. . . a winning season . . . 

college boards ... a crowded bus . . . 

homework . . gym suits . . . 

applications ... a friendly smile . . . 

senior privileges . . . 

a sigh of relief . . . 



SCHOOL 



CHARLES W. LOMONTAGNE 
Assistant Superintendent of Schools 





Nelson N. Cochrane, David H. Miller, Walter F. Sc 



January 8, 1965 



TO THE CLASS OF 1965: 



"In rivers, the water that you may touch is 
the last of what has passed and the first of 
that which comes: so with time present." This 
was said by Leonardo da Vinci. You are now at 
an end and at a beginning. Use your education 
to gain wisdom, strength and a successful life. 




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<U<ssv 



John H. Lawson 



DR. JOHN H. LAWSON 
Superintendent of Schools 



COMMITTEE 




IRMIN L. PIERCE 
Assistant Principal 



hucrard, Ian S. Menzies, H. Webster Day, Robert 
A. Eaton. 



Jan. 8, 1965 



TO THE CLASS OF 1965: 



As you leave Hingham High School on your Quest 
for the full and good life, remember that all 
this depends upon your future self - education 
which shall continue all your life. 
Take also with you the saying of 
"Oman Ibn Al Halif" 
"Four things come not back; 
The spoken word, 

The sped arrow, Time past, The neglected 
opportunity." 

May God bless you. 

Paul H. Farris 
Principal 



MR. PAUL H. FARRIS 
Principal 




OFFICE SECRETARIES AND SCHOOL NURSE 



cooperation and coordination . . 




MRS. GOETZ 




MRS. CONDITO 




MRS. HENNINGSEN 



GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT 





MR. BURDITT W. COLLINS 
Director 

a push in the right direction 



MRS. HELEN S. WOLLAN 



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MR. WALTER H. ANDERSON 



MRS. MARY L. KUHN 



sustenance and survival . . . 



CAFETERIA STAFF 




L to R: Louise Walleston, Janet Ford, Anna Sargent, Dolly Powers, Joan Saunders, Edith Keith, Jean Martin, Helen 
McMullen. 



"FIGHT ON FOR HER 




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FAME 



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"Hingham High School, Hingham High School, 

Fight on for her fame . . .' 

growth comes through activities social 

as well as academic . . . 




an experience in leadership 



SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS 





MR. VISCAROLASAGA 
Spanish 



K. Hobbs, president; 
E. Hodgdon, treasurer; 
J. Reynolds, vice president; 
R. Dwelley, secretary. 

SOPHOMORE EXECUTIVE BOARD 




FIRST ROW: M. Rigny, L. Chase, J. Reynolds, R. Uewelley, SECOND ROW: R. Knockle, E. Hodgdin, W. Potter, S. Berquist, C. Harter, K. Hobbs. 



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JUNIOR EXECUTIVE BOARD 




STANDING: J. Tondorf, S. O'Reilly, A. MacGregor, P. Halthaus, SEATED: J. Goff, S. Smith, S. Keeler, N. Pratt, C. Travers, C. Belaj, C. 
Shaughnessy, N. Winterbottom. 



JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS 









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president: Allan MacGregor 
vice president: Janet Goff 
secretary: Nancy Pratt 
treasurer: Christine Travers 



MR. ERNST 
History 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 




BOTTOM ROW: J. Reynolds, M. Farrell, J. Wright, AA. Cashman, S. Stadig, C. Lee, B. Cappella, P. Wescott, D. Zildgen, N. DeHart, 2ND ROW: 
M. McNulty, J. Haynes, E. Jewett, L. Miller, M. Pericola, E. Shute, L.Farrar, L. Arnold, C. Pfizenmaier, J. Sullivan, D. Winquist, A. Hoetzel, 
D. Lawrence. 3RD ROW: K. Hobbs, A. Gage, P. Pratt, F. Moran, G. Atkinson, T. Early, A. MacGregor, J. Brebbia, J. Macomber, C. De- 
laney, T. Aikens, S. Waynen. 



STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 




a forum of free thoughT 
the voice of the student 



president: Phil Pratt 

vice president: George Atki 

secretary: Laurel Arnold 



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MR. RICCI 
Mathematics 



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recognition of intellect well used 



MRS. LARSON 
Mathematics 




MRS. MOORE 
English 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 




LEFT TO RIGHT: (BOTTOM ROW) S. Worley, J. Whipple, L. Cuccurullo, K. Condon, C. Epple, M. Paxton, (SECOND ROW) B. Carlson, L 
Luther, L. Farrar, L. Arnold, C. Pfizenmaier, S. Haves, (THIRD ROW) A. Gage, T. Earley, W. Adolfson. 



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DEBATING CLUB 




BOTTOM ROW: C. Harter, P. Wescott, M. Harrison, R. Breen, C. Leavitt, 2ND ROW: R. Morris, R. Ferrer, K. Pratt, 
F. Khumn, P. Holthaus. 



applying the strength of the spoken word . . . 
probing the realms of the unknown 




MRS. HOWARD 
History 




SCIENCE CLUB 



MR. TEMPLE 

Science 

Department Head 




N. Terry, J. Delaney, B. Briggs, J. Simms, S. Lewis. Missing: M. Janey 



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FRENCH CLUB 




MR 
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NIONAKIS 
ge department 

head 



BOTTOM ROW: S. Smith, E. Shackford, S. Jenkins, M. Harrison, AA. Carter, K. Cullen, F. Ham, S. DeVeau, J. Gustafson, 
C. Epple, SECOND ROW: C. Wall, S. Ridpath, C. Litwin, C. Leavitt, J. Stillman, J. MacKinnon, M. Paxton, L. Arnold, 
S. Rice, P. Wescott, M. Farrell, D. Joubert, P. Robinson, THIRD ROW: K. Wood, J. Flounders, S. Wise, E. Romano, B. 
Mayer, N. Abbott, K. Mains, L. Bullock, S. Hayes, J. Hentz, P. Reardon, J. Wright, C. Harter, S. Hottle, Advisor: 
Mr. Nionakis. 



a step toward universal understanding . 

SPANISH CLUB 





MR. VISCAROLASAGA 
Spanish 



FIRST ROW: E. Magner, M. Carran, N. Pratt, C. Valorz, N. Cole, E. Pfizenmaier, SECOND ROW: E. Mulrooney, Gay Good- 
enough, P. Pratt, S. Forter, T. Bailey, S. Epply, N. Laing. 



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SCHOOL SECRETARIES 





BOTTOM ROW: B. Brennock, C. Amonte, M. LeLuze, N. Callahan, E. Cyr, D. Winquist, C. Szabo, C. Gilmore, K. Gilleece. 
SECOND ROW: P. Caulkins, L. DePesa, B. Robinson, C. Mitchell, K. Riley, G. Snowden, I. Merritt, L. Gordon, K. 
Hickey, P. Washburn, C. Cozza, I. Magner, LAST ROW: B. Stamper, B. McNeil, J. Beck, L. Delorafano, A. Conkey, D. 
Peters. 



MISS QUILL 
Business 



a contribution toward efficiency . 



LIBRARY SERVICE CLUB 




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MISS GLIDDEN 
Librarian 



BOTTOM ROW: N. Hoelschen, S. Engstrom, C Golden, L. Miller, J. Edwards, D. Normandin, E. Davis, I. McCracken. 
SECOND ROW: L. Gordan, N. Callahan, K. Landry, G. Thompson, N. Winterbottem, R. Sparrow, D. Clark, L. Nolan, 
A. Parquette, S. Lewis. 



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LITERARY MAGAZINE 



literary magazine editors: P. Holthaus, P. Wescott, M. Paxton, 
K. Famham, P. Robie, J. McKinnon 



development of self-expression 




MISS FINN 
English 




STANDING: P. Holthaus, K. Farnham, J. Whipple, M. Pierce, T. White, C. Leavitt, J. McKinnon, P. Wescott, 
SECOND ROW: P. Robinson, P. Sommerville, G. Sheerin, M. Paxton, P. Robie, L. Cuccurullo, L. Miller. 



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MISS SUZEDELL 



preservation of thought and momenfTyT^ 



YEARBOOK EDITORIAL STAFF 



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LEFT TO RIGHT: (TOP ROW) E. Shute, B. Carlson, P. AAcSweeney, L. Arnold, C. Rice, P. Reardon, J. Goff, E. Wright, J. Sullivan, S. Hayes. 
(BOTTOM ROW) J. MacComber, P. Crowell, A. Gage, T. Geoghan. 



editors: Laurel Arnold 
Cheryl Rice 
Patricia AAcSweeney 




closing out the book affairs . 




MISS QUILL 
Business 



YEARBOOK BUSINESS STAFF 




SEATED: P. Washburne, M. Magner, E. Romano, G. Sheerin, C. Gilmore. 
STANDING: P. Baker, B. Stamper, B. McNeil, J. Schofield. 



HARBORLIGHT STAFF 




KNEELING: C. Leavitt, J. Whipple, J. Hentz, M. Paxton, C. Epple, C. Litwin, S. Ridpath, K. Cullen. SECOND ROW: K. Corson, C. Golden, 
J. MacKinnon, S. Engstrom, B. AAacNeil, J. Schofield, K. Condon, G. Sheerin, P. Pratt, W. Baker, E. Shackford. THIRD ROW: K. Wood, L. 
Wolfe, W. Smith, L. Luther. 




school activities headline 



MISS McKAY 
English 



EDITORS 




C. Epple, J. Schofield, P. Pratt, K. Wood, L. Luther, G. Sheerin 



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DRAMATIC CLUB 

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encouragement and 
recognition of creativity 




MISS WALSH 
Dramatic Club Advisor 



miss Mcelroy 

Director of Speech 



DRAMATIC CLUB OFFICERS 




THESPIAN TROUPE 



president: James Sargent 
vice president: Donald Roberts 
corresponding secretary: Marsha AAacVicar 
recording secretary: Maria Menzie^ J 3 , '\ 
treasurer: Arthur Paquetje^^-/" \jr i j5 : 'rs^ 




KLAHOMA CAST 



BOTTOM ROW: L. Ripley, M. Paxton, J. Goff. 2ND ROW: M. MacVicar, J. Flounders, L 
Luther, G. Goodenough, M. Menzies, L. Arnold. 3RD ROW: S. Waynen, D. Clark, K. 
Pratt, B. Chase, J. Sargent, D. Roberts, J. Macomber, A. Paquette. 




BOTTOM ROW: L. Bowen, D. LaFond, J. Reynolds, P. Pizella, S. Stadig, G. Sheerin, L. Arnold, J. Glancy, A. Weis, J. Stillman, M. Menzies, 
E. Glancy, D. Joubert, R. Stanhope, J. Edwards, SECOND ROW: S. Lane, E. Shute, S. Whitman, M. Wright, K. Corson, J. Prusick, E. Cyr, A. 
Lewis, L. Ripley, M. MacVicar, P. Scalingi, N. Winterbottom, C. Shaughnessy, THIRD ROW: W. Baker, C. Grimm, D. Roberts, J. 
Dempsey, G. Vincent, R. Raitt, J. Sargent, S. Forter, J. Macomber, J. D.'Allesandro, D. Ferguson, K. Pratt, B. Manning, S. Waynen. 



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OKLAHOMA! 




The Can-Can dance from the 

Dream Ballet 




Laurie (Ellin Glancy) teases Curly (Jim 
Dempsey) 






Will (Don Roberts) tells the 
boys about his adventures in 
"Kansas City" 



The whole cast celebrates Laurie's wedding by join- 
ing in "Oklahoma" 



Ado Annie (Colleen Shaughnessy) 'tells 
Laurie "I Cain't Say No" 





Ali Hakim (Ken Pratt) shows Aunt Eller 
(Liz Shute) some fancy drawers 



During an argument with Curly, Jud 
(Sam Forter) fires off his gun 



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SPECIAL CHORUS, v /J ^r^.^^y 













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MR. BARTGLOTTI 
Music 




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achievement of one sound from many . . 



BAND 



MR. THOMAS 
Director of Music 



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FOLK SONG CLUB 




KNEELING: S. Howes, D. Miller, P. Scalingi, C. Golden, S. Engstrom, C. Watts, K. Corson, C. Campbell, SECOND ROW: 
M. Farrell, J. Wright, C. Cole, D. Pyne, W. Trowbridge, L. Miller, M. Wright, THIRD ROW: L. Wallace, L. Wayne, 
S. Winchester, B. Dupee, S. Vlachos, R: Berquist, D. Jones, A. Divoll, J. Clark, A. Perterson, S. Waynen, M. Jonnson, 
S. Smith. 



enjoyment of the traditional 
and the modern 

DANCE BAND 



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MR. THOMAS 
Music department head 



BOTTOM ROW: G. Vincent, H. Hoffman, D. Ovaska, V. Hoffman, D. Archibald, K. 
Hobbs, C. Snell. SECOND ROW: K. VonBlohn, P. Pratt, J. Douglass, J. Dempsey, J. 
Higbee, T. Eaton, R. Otis, M. Perkins, E. Sodersjerna. TOP ROW: T. Geoghegan, L. 
Wolfe, J. Dempsey, T. Atkins, B. Soule, A. Gage. 



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ART CLUB 




BOTTOM ROW: T. Pyne, R. Penry, L. Wallace, M. Hanna, B. Carlson ( president), E. Mulrooney, T. Warmack, (editor 
of Art World), M. Shaunessey, B. Baker, 2ND ROW: C. Watts, P. Robinson, B. Curtis, B. Kuska, S. Whitman, K. 
Cullen, L. Jarvis, K. Farnham, D. Richmond, S. Hayes, 3RD ROW: B. Dupee, M. Farrell, S. Howes, P. Wescott, E. 
McCoo, C. Flynn, A. Schefield, S. Jenkins, D. Watson. 



appreciation of the aesthetic . . . 

captivation of the unsuspecting . 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 




MR. WALLACE 
Mathematics 



L. Wolfe, A. Parquette, A. Hoetzel, R. Otis, A. Bacon 



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AUDIO-VISUAL AIDS 




KNEELING: FIRST ROW: B. Chase, G. Thompson, J. Perkins, T. Pelrin, SECOND ROW: M. Flaherty, A. Bacon, R. 
Ferris, J. Higbee, A. P.aquette. 



application of basic fundamentals . . . 

first contact with life on the road 



MR. JULIAN 
Head of Audio- 
Visual Aids 
Department 




DRIVER TRAINING INSTRUCTORS 



MISS POOLE 

Mathematics 

Driver Training 

Classroom Instructor 




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RIDING CLUB 






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L to R: N. Giagrando, K. Lundin, B. Hornstra, J. Beck, N. Laing, J. MacKinnon, E. Mulrooney, N. Cole. 



MRS. REED 
Science 



the sharing of common interests 




SKI CLUB 



MR. VIEHMANN 
History 





MISS GARELICK 
History 



BOTTOM ROW: G. Niedbala, E. Moran, J. Wall, J. Garrity, D. Nickerson, Miss Gare- 
lick, Mr. Veihman, advisors. SECOND ROW: L. Wayne, S. Winchester, J. Wright, S. 
Howes, L. Wallace, M. Harrison, M. Condry, J. Whipple. THIRD ROW: N. Terry, A. 
Peterson, H. Schierenbeck, G. Giles, D. Eldridge, J. Hoxie, J. Edwards, D. Rover, J. 
Brett. FOURTH ROW: L. Manchester, B. Chase, N. Winterbottom, S. Pyne, A. Weisz, 
S. Bedford, J. Prussick, C. Watts, D. Lowrance. TOP ROW: C. Yule, R. Whittemore, S. 
Waynen, J. Clark, A. Moore, R. Dupee, M. Farrell, P. Wescott, A. MacGregor, D. Jones. 



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ATHLETIC SERVICE CLUB 




SEATED: E. Moran, L. Miller, D. Pyne, C. Farris, L. Wayne, M. Wright, W. Trowbridge. STANDING: R. Corea, R. 
Stanhope, D. Roberts, R. Whittemore, S. Lewis, B. Br'ggs, N. Terry, C. Yule, S. Wayne, D. Richmond, J. Kaminski. 



SENIOR PEP CLUB 




BOTTOM ROW: B. Wright, L. Arnold, G. Sheerin, M. Deluze, N. Callahan, C. Valorz, D. Winquist, C. Pfizenmaier, 
J. Sullivan, C. Rice, C. Litwin, S. Ridpath. SECOND ROW: S. Worley, P. McSweeney, L. Shackford, J. Hentz, L. Farr- 
ar, E. McCoo, P. Donohue, G. Allen. THIRD ROW: N. Cole, T. Wight, J. Canning, B. Walsh, D. Richmond, E. 
Mulrooney, J. Ellers, C. Flynn. FOURTH ROW: D. Cole, M. Magner, A. Cross, I. Carney, N. Laing, B. Hornstra. 

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PEP CLUB OFFICERS 



spirit through all kinds of weather . . 




Judy Dowling, treasurer; Barbara Cappella, vice- 
president; Sally Keeler, secretary; Barbara Walsh, 
president. 




SOPHOMORE AND 
JUNIOR PEP CLUB 



BOTTOM ROW: R. Smith, L. Wallace, C. Watts, J. Reynolds, M. Carter, SECOND ROW: S. Daily, N. 
Dehart, D. LaFond, M. Kowalker, C. Marchetti, THIRD ROW: D. Lord, N. Pratt, S. Howes, J. Dowling, 
S. Richmond, S. Keeler, L. Bowen, FOURTH ROW: T. Paglicci, D. Watson, G. Niedbala, J. Williams, E. 
Hodgdon, S. Jenkins. 3 I 



MAJOR 








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N. Wakling, J. Lawrence, P. Gramer, B. Engles, M. Joyce, 
Brown, R. Argiro, G. Linscott, C. Belija, J. Beck, B. Inglis, R. Brown 
KNEELING: N. Laing, S. Epple, co-head, Missing: S. Sherman, co-head 



ETTES 





SHERI RICE 
Treasurer 




NANCY SEILER 




DAPHNE COLE 



CHEER 




Football-wiascot, Wendy Houghton, Marie Pericola, Lee Bowen, Nancy Seiler, Sheri Rice, Daphne Cole 




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GINNA MORAN 
Captain 



LEADING 




DIANE FORD 




JOANNE SULLIVAN 




Ginna Moran, Diane Ford, Joanne Sullivan, Christine Travers, Coleen Shaughnessy, Debby Laurence 



MRS. PETERS 
Advisor 



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team coaches 




Mr. Veihman, cross country; 
Mr. Willett, football line coach 

Mrs. Williams, girls field hockey, girls basketball 
Mr. Barker, boys basketball 

Mr. Anderson, football, hockey 

Mr. Bates, sophomore football coach, football line coach, basebal 



team captains 




Russell Garland 
Football 



STANDING: Richard Knapp, Tennis; Michael Gilbert, Basketball; Donna Hooper, Field Hockey; Linda Farrar, 
Basketball; George Atkinson, Track; Kevin Ducey, Basketball. KNEELING: Richard Gianferante, golf; John Leahv, 
Hockey; William Adolfson, Baseball. 



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lettermen 



contributions to the trophy case by the class of 1 965 
over a period of three years. 



. . . we're from hingham high school, harbormen are we . . . more than anywhere else 
the excellence of the class of 1965 was shown in athletics . . . our football team had 
the best record since 1961 and was the second highest scoring team in the state, the 
hockey team was the first in the history of the league to finish the season unbeaten and 
untied, and over three years compiled the longest winning streak in massachusetts. the 
basketball team was the best in modern hingham history finishing second in their 
league and qualifying for the tech. tourney, team success was caused by individual 
ability and cooperation, the soccer team, in its first year, had one all-scholastic, the foot- 
ball team had three players on the all-state honorable mention list and one all-scholastic, 
the hockey team had 5 more players than ever before on the league's all-star team, there 
were four all-star basketball players who led the team to the quarterfinal round in the 
tourney . . . the girls, not to be outdone, had a field hockey team which only lost one 
game and a basketball team which played in a state-wide tournament, the seniors leave 
their records for following underclassmen to break . . . 




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'KL Am* . ' LwftfV'll" 



CAPTAIN RUSS GARLAND, 
fullback 



varsity record 
hingham 36 rockland 



hingham 28 

hingham 32 

hingham 18 

hingham 34 

hingham 30 

hingham 36 

hingham 12 



matignon 18 

abington 

stoughton . 

scituate 8 

north quincy 12 

cathedral 6 

newton south . 22 




PETER 
BICKFORD, 
left end 



PHILIP PRATT, 
left tackle 



ROBERT 
DAVIS, 
left guard 



FRED 

DWELLEY, 
right guard 




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STEPHEN GILL 
quarterback 



NORMAN 
HOELDKE, 
right tackle 




FRANK SCHNABEL, 
fullback 



MARTIN 

SHAUGHNESSEY, 
left tackle 



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BOTTOM ROW: F. Dwelley, N. Hoeldke, T. Warmach, T. Early, 
R. McGuirk, J. Travers, R. Davis, R. Garland, Captain; R. 
Finley, P. Pratt, R. Libertine, M. Sheskey, T. Huxley, M. 
Shaughnessy, S. Gill, P. Bickford. SECOND ROW: Mr. Ander- 
son, Coach; J. O'Brien, R. MacKenzie, J. Quinn, G. Thompson, 






THOMAS EARLEY, 
right end 



RICHARD FINLEY, 
left end 




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THOMAS HUXLEY, 
right tackle 









ROBERT LIBERTINE, 
right end 



ROBERT McGUIRK, 
right halfback 



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MARK SHESKEY, 
center 



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TEMPEE WARMACK, 
fullback 





MR. ANDERSON 
coach 



junior varsity record 



hingham 7 

hingham 21 

hingham 14 

hingham 20 



rockland - 
dedham - 
stoughton 
thayer 



14 

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12 
20 



3-1 




J. Stoddard, R. Studley, D. Miller, R. Coughlin, S. Delaney, 
S. Leary, Mr. Vafides, Mr. Willett. THIRD ROW: R. Zurcher, 
T. Bellew, S. Carlson, R. MerriLI, S. Allen, C. Nickerson, D. 
Shea, E. Fitzgerald. 



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Da Da, charge! 



(Torrey Capo — Hinghom Mirror) 

65 yard touchdown run by Rob McGuirk— longest run of the year. 




(Capo — Hingham Mirror) 

Gill sets up to throw the bomb 



Warmack tries for first down against Cathedral with Pratt blocking. 




(Torrey Capo — Hingham Mirror) 
Gill lets go with a flat pass against Abington 



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(Torrey Capo — Hingham Mirror) 
AAcGuirks blocking springs Shea loose for 7 yards against Scituate 



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rallies 




and the teams (?) always come 



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(or break) through with a victory 



homecoming — October 24, 1964 




Two girls from the sophomore and junior classes and three 
from the senior class were selected to be in our first Homecoming 
Court. 



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During halftime at the Scituate game, the court was escorted 
around the football field . . . and that night . . . 




Joanne Sullivan was crowned as our first Homecoming Queen. With 
her are George Atkinson and Phil Pratt, student council officers. 



The Homecoming Court, left to right, is June Reynolds, Christine 
Travers, Margaret Mallon, Laurel Arnold, Queen Joanne Sullivan, 
Christine Lee, Lee Bowen and Wendy Potter. 




and to end the evening, the Grand March 



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soccer 




BOTTOM ROW: S. DeAAontigney, B. Adolfson, T. Geoghegan, D. Eldridge. SECOND ROW: E. Sodasjerner, G. Finn, 
B. Dupee, D. Singleton. THIRD ROW: P. Richards, G. Shaw, B. Mann. 



season's record 
hingham braintree 6 





DICK GIANFERANTE 
All-Scholastic 



hingham 1 

hingham 3 

hingham 2 

hingham 1 

hingham 2 

hingham 

hingham 

hingham 2 

hingham 



quincy 6 

s.s. vocational 

norwell 4 

milton 1 

maryknoll 

sharon 8 

milton 

thayer 3 

maryknoll 2 




baseball 




BOTTOM ROW: J. Quinn, B. McNulty, B. Adolfson, captain; P. Schuchard, B. Petrie, P. Bickford, E. Fitzgerald. 
SECOND ROW: C. Coleman, S. Leary, N. Dresser, P. McGann, M. Gilbert, D. Shea, J. Richmond. 



tennis 




BOTTOM ROW: N. Strout, L. Bowen, S. Wise, D. Hooper, L. Farrar. SECOND 
ROW: J. Hentz, S. Hoedtke, D. Thomas, N. Winterbottom. THIRD ROW: 
A. Peterson, P. Jonsson, R. Knapp, N. Hoedtke. 



FRONT ROW: G. Roehrig, D. Miller. SECOND ROW: D. Gianferante, 
captain, D. MacLeod, P. Lambert. 

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girls' 



captain, 

DONNA HOOPER, right fullback 




PEGGY SOMERVILLE, 
center halfback 





SEATED: J. Whipple, P. Somerville, D. Hooper, J. Stokes, 
D. Zildjian, S. Wise. SECOND ROW: D. Ford, P. Reardon, 




MRS. WILLIAMS, 
coach 




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field hockey 






K. McNulty, S. Saunders, S. Hoedtke. 



season's record 



hingham____ 
hingham____ 
hingham____ 
hingham.—. 

hingham 3 

hingham 5 

hingham 3 

hingham 1 



hanover h 

silver lake 

thayer 1 

rockland 2 

abington 

whitman-hanson ____ 

thayer 

plymouth 2 



6-1-1 



missing: KATHLEEN CONDON 
right halfback. 

CANDY LEAVITT, 

right end 

KATHY FARNHAM, 

manager 







JUDY WHIPPLE, goalie 



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LINDA FARRAR, 
center fullback 




GREER GILES, 

left halfback 



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VARSITY 
BOTTOM ROW: D. Zildjian, J. Stokes, Captain L. Farrar, D. Hooper, P. Somerville. SECOND ROW: M. Ingraham, B. Mac- 
Neil, S. Lincoln, D. Cooper, J. Whipple. 




MRS. WILLIAMS 
coach 





CLARE PFIZENMAIER 
forward 



CAPTAIN LINDA FARRAR 
roving player 



JUDY WHIPPLE 
guard 



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basketball 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
BOTTOM ROW: R. Burke, L. Berrell, J. Wall, J. Garrity, J. Pinkus. SECOND ROW: AA. Woods, E. McCracken, B. Kuska, 
D. Ford, J. Houghton, A. Ingraham. 




BARBARA MacNEIL 
guard 





DONNA HOOPER 
roving player 



PEGGY SOMERVILLE 
forward 



SHIRLEY LINCOLN 
roving player 



season's record 



hingham 24 

hingham 47 

hingham 29 

hingham 34 

hingham 31 

hingham 38 

hingham 35 

hingham 51 

hingham 39 



hanover 58 

cohasset 44 

braintree 31 

(overtime) 

plymouth 36 

whitman-hanson 30 

silver lake 19 

thayer 39 

abington 20 

rockland 33 



hingham 40 

hingham 40 

hingham 29 

hingham 31 

hingham 33 

hingham 36 

quarterfinals of southeastern massachusetts 
girls' invitational basketball tournament 

hingham 29 barnstable 49 



plymouth 21 

whitman-hanson 39 

silver lake 32 

abington 18 

thayer 32 

rockland 42 



9-7 



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VARSITY 
KNEELING: D. MacLeod, co-captain AA. Gilbert, co-captain K. Ducey, W. Kerr. SECOND ROW: R. Morris, manager, 
D. Gianferante, R. Davis, B. Smith, R. Knapp, A. (C.) Jewett, B. Adolfson, P. Jonnson, manager. 



hingham 64 

hingham 71 

hingham 75 

hingham 64 

hingham 85 

hingham 70 

hingham 72 

hingham 68 

hingham 76 



duxbury 66 

cohasset 52 

hanover 58 

hanover 36 

wareham 73 

plymouth 61 

whitman-hanson 74 

silver lake 62 

abington 52 



season's record 

hingham 73 

hingham 83 

hingham 72 

hingham 51 

hingham 84 

hingham 72 

hingham 66 

hingham 50 

hingham 



middleboro 76 

rockland 71 

wareham 65 

plymouth 71 

whitman-hanson 57 

silver lake 62 

abington 54 

middleboro 47 

rockland 



hingham 71 

hingham— .58 



tech tourney 
st. columbkille —64 
westwood 65 





(first round) 
(quarterfinals) 



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i 



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co-captain KEVIN DUCEY, 

guard, 

All Star 



MR. BARKER, 
coach 



co-captain MIKE GILBERT, 

center 

All Star 



basketball 




JUNIOR VARSITY 
KNEELING: J. Briggs, B. McNulty, J. Tondorf, G. AAetzer, J. Lawson, C. Nickerson. STANDING: Manager Dick Morrison, 
N. Dresser, P. Antoin, J. Martin, D. McCauly, D. Singleton, P. Warrick. 






RICK KNAPP, forward, 
All-Star 



"CHUGGA" JEWETT, 
guard 



DICK GIANFERANTE, 
guard 




BILL ADOLFSON, 
guard 




DOUG MacLEOD 

forward 

All-Star 




PETER JONSSON, 
manager 



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Acey-Ducey grabs another 



Doc G. fills the order 
of a basket . . . 



'Spider" puts another through the web 







SUM* 5IL\ 




^-■Jt£ 



The big three converge for two . . . 



Mike spikes another . . . 



photos compliments of Torrey Capo, 
Hingham Mirror 




"The sky is falling!' 



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tech tourney— first round 

boston garden 

hingham 74 . . . st. columnkille 61 



photos by 

Quincy Patriot Ledger 



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>mAA.y 



hockey 



Ci AHINA ' 




VARSITY 

BOTTOM ROW: D. Miller, J. Perkins, D. Garretson, R. Petrie, J. Leahy, S. Gill, R. McGuirk, W. Giovacco, J. Hiltz. SECOND ROW: 
Mr. Anderson, coach, F. Lineberry, D. McKenzie, D. Vigneau, R. Hutchens, S. Leary, R. Emerson, B. Coughlin, G. Endghaul, S. 
Daley, Mr. Vafidres. 



ngham 3 

ngham 1 1 

ngham 2 

ngham 6 

ngham 4 

ngham 5 

ngham 3 



season's record 



weymouth 2 

scituate 

memorial 1 

brockton 

king philip 

canton 1 

williams 1 



hingham 7 

hingham 4 

hingham 2 

hingham 5 

hingham 9 

hingham 3 

hingham 6 



weymouth 1 

scituate P 1 

memorial 1 

brockton 

king philip 1 

canton 

williams 



1 4-0-0 
state tournament 
hingham 2 dedham 




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Coach Walter Anderson, Captain John Leahy, and Athletic Director Robert Barrett receive 
the South Shore League Championship. 





"TOOTS" CIOVACCO, 


STEVE GILL, center, 


JOHN HILTZ 


CAPTAIN JOHN LEAHY, 


center 


leftwing, All-Star 


right defense, 


left defense, 






All-Star 


All-Star 




ROB McGUIRK, 
left wing 
All-Star 




JEFF PERKINS, 
center 




BOB PETRIE, 
right wing, 
All-Star 




Hingham dominates the South Shore All-Star Team, with John Hiltz, John Leahy, Bob Petrie, Rob McGuirk and Steve Gill. 



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■■manHMMi 







Jeff Perkins comes in again . . 



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r i . 



'Let's go harbormen ... on to victory ..." 





Bob Petrie digs out the puck 



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Ready, Spaghetti— Shoot! 



State Hockey Tournament — Boston Arena — First Round 
Hingham 2 . . . Dedham 3 (double overtime, Sudden Death) 




photos compliments of Fred Keenan, 
Quincy Patriot Ledger 



wm 

we've got the best team 



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track 




1ST ROW: D. Masson, G. Atkinson, R. Libertine, R. Garland, S. Forter, R. Finley. 2ND ROW: G. 
Thompson, R. Cenedello, A. Bettochy, F. Schnabel, R. Folium, J. Smith. 




GEORGE 

ATKINSON 



La J 








RUSSELL 
GARLAND 



FRANK 
SCHNABEL 



JEFF 
SMITH 




SAM 
FORTER 



■ 





DAVID 
MASSON 




missing: 

RICHARD 

FINLEY 



WILLIAM 
DEMAIN 




ROBERT 
LIBERTINE 



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a.f.s 




a.f.s. club 
BOTTOM ROW: E. Pfizenmaier, C. Leavitt, K. Farnham, C. Epple, J. Canning, P. Wescott, M. Farrell, J. DeYoung, J. Whipple, 
M. Carran, S. Hayes. SECOND ROW: N. Pratt, K. Condon, M. Murray, L. Cuccurullo, G. Giles, N. Winterbottom, G. Sheerin, M. 
Paxton, L. Farrar, M. Huggins, C. Pfizenmaier. THIRD ROW: C. Yule, R. Whitamore, J. Tondorf, S. Leary, H. Schierenbeck, A. Mac- 
Gregor, E. Carran, A. Peterson, T. Geoghegan. 




A.F.S. semi-finalists Russell Garland, Terry Geoghegan, Kathy Condon, Laurel Arnold, 
Clare Pfizenmaier, Joan Schofield, Judy Whipple, Peggy Somerville, missing; Marcia 
Williams. 



A.F.S. finalists Judy Whipple, Russell Garland, 
Peggy Somerville, missing Marcia Williams, (in 
Sweden ) . 



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russ and marcia 




View from Marcia's balcony 





Swedish Christmas 



Marcia Williams is our A.F.S. Exchange student to Trollhattan, 
Sweden for the year of July 1964 to July 1965. 



Marcia's sister 




Russell Garland was our A.F.S. Exchange student to 
Schlossburg, Germany for the summer of 1964. 



Life on the 'Seven Seas' 




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The German countryside 




henner and greer 



Henner's home in Germany 

Henner Schierenbeck is our exchange student from Bremen, 
Germany. He is staying with the Edward Higbee family on East 
Street. 




Chef Our-Boy-Henner 




Liberace and fan. 

Greer Giles is our exchange student from Johannesburg, South Africa. She 
is staying with the William Wise family on Central Street. 



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Mr. Giles and a Pygmy in the Congo. 



The Giles' Farm House 



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MR. ABRAHAMSON, 
History 



MR. DIEHL, 

English 






MRS. BREWER, 
Business Education 



MR. DEETER, 
Geometry 



MRS. EPPLE, 
English 







1 [ 




tr '^^^T 




1 


* ■ 1 1 


r /-' \ 





MR. BOYDEN, 
Industrial Arts 



MRS. DEVINE, 
Business Education 



MR. FLYNN, 
Public Speaking 





MISS CAFFREY, 
U.S. History 



MRS. HANDY, 
History 



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MR. JOHNSON, 
Industrial Arts 



MRS. SIEGEL, 
Spanish 






MR. LOMBARD, 
Chemistry 



MISS MURDOCK, 
Home Economics 



MR. SULLIVAN 
French 





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MRS. MAN I AGO 
History 



MRS. SABLE, 
Spanish 



MISS TITUS, 
Business Education 





MISS MESERVEY, 
Latin, Spanish 



MR. WOODWARD, 
Industrial Arts 



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through the 



• • 



|unior prom 




1 



The Attendants March 




THE QUEEN AND HER COURT 
STANDING: Laurian Jarvis, Queen Cheryl Rice, Virginia Moran. SECOND ROW: Joanne Sullivan, Daphne Cole. FRONT ROW: 
la Laurel Arnold, Christine Lee, Clare Pfizenmaier, Lynda Cuccurullo, Jane Canning. 



ooking glass 
1964 




Junior Class Advisor, Mr. Ernst and Mrs. Ernst, Prom 
Queen Cheryl Rice and Prom King Thomas Earley. 




The Grand March 



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MR. AND MISS H.H.S. 
Russell Garland and Cheryl Rice 



r'-$; 



5) 



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we are growing, as is our school, 

from a foundation laid firm for endurance . . . 

there have been moments to test our strength, 

and moments to recognize it . . . 

many of the school's past records 

have been broken, 

both scholastically and athletically . . . 

some of us have led . . . 

some have followed . . . 

all have contributed, 

though not all have been recognized 

for doing so . . . 

this year, above all, we have known 

what school spirit is, 

and our teams have repaid us for it by 

being either undefeated or nearly so 

in everything . . . 

our friends . . . 

our school . . . 

our reputation . . . 

so much to be proud of . . . 

so much to remember . . . 

and we are the seniors . . . 



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senior class leaders 




President; Thomas Earley 
Secretary; Christine Lee 
Treasurer; Jane Canning 
Vice President; Russell Garland 



MR. ANDERSON, Advisor 
English 




EXECUTIVE BOARD 
SEATED: Nancy Abbott; Laurian Jarvis; Christine Lee; Virginia Sheerin; Linda Farrar; Marilyn Murray; Jane Canning. STANDING: 
Russell Garland; Thomas Earley; Richard Gianferante; Steven Villani. 



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NANCY ELAINE ABBOTT 
"Nancy" 
. . . usually seen at the top of the list . . . 
chorus 1, 2, 3; drama festivals 1, 2, 3; 
harborlight staff 1; future teachers club 
3; student council 2; class executive board 
3; art club 3; driver training 1; pep club 
1, 2, 3; a.f.s. club 2, 3. 



MICHELE ADDOMS 
"Shell" 
. . . usually seen with a can of red spray 
paint . . . 

junior prom committee; chorus 1, 2, 3; 
harborlight staff 3; student council 1; 
athletic service club 1, 2, 3; driver train- 
ing 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; girls field hockey 
1. 2. 



WILLIAM FRED ADOLFSON 
"Bill" 
"his mind his kingdom, and his will his 
law." 

national honor society 2, 3; class vice 
president 2; chorus 1, 2, 3; boys basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3; baseball'l, 2, 3; varsity "h" 
club 2; student council 2. 




JANE ELIZABETH AIKENS 
"Jane" 

"the deepest rivers flow with the least 
sound." 

chorus 3; future nurses club 2; driver 
training 3; ski club 3. 



GAYLE LEE ALLEN 
"Gayle" 
. . . usually seen making long distance 
phone calls . . . 

junior prom committee; drama club festi- 
val 2; pep club 1, 2, 3. 



CAROLYN MARIE ANTOINE 

"Carolyn" 

. . usually waiting for him to call . . . 

junior prom committee; a.f.s. club 2; driver 

training 2; chorus 2, 3; pep club 1, 2, 3; 

badminton tournament 2. 



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LAUREL LEE ARNOLD 

"Laurel" 

"life is not always doing what you like, 

but liking what you do" 

a.f.s. semifinalist 2; national honor society 

2, 3, secretary 2; junior prom committee; 
junior prom attendant; drama club 1, 2, 3; 
national thespian society 2, 3; highway 
staff 3; junior red cross 3; national merit 
letter of commendation 3; student council 

3, secretary; class executive board 1, 2; 
a.f.s. club 1, 2; french club 2, 3; art club 
2; chorus 1; badminton tournament 2, 3; 
harborlight staff 1, 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; 
intramural tennis 1; driver training 1. 



GEORGE RUSSELL ATKINSON 
"Jawge" 
"there is no genius in life like the genius 
of energy and activity." 
junior prom committee; junior prom at- 
tendant; band 1, 2, 3; harborlight staff 
2; football 1; cross country 2, 3; boys 
basketball 1; track 1, 2, 3; student council 
3, vice president 3; class executive board 
1, 2; driver training 1. 



NANCY MILDRED AYERS 
"Nancy" 

"a cheerful countenance betokens a 
good heart." 

chorus 1, 2; driver training 2. 





PRISCILLA RUTH BAKER 
"Cilia" 
"friendly and sweet, most pleasant to 
meet." 

chorus 1; highway staff 3; driver train- 
ing 1; pep club 1, 3. 



MOST VERSATILE 

Claire Pfizenmaier and Philip Pratt 

Runners up; Cheryl Rice and Russell Garland 



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TIMOTHY GILSON BAILEY 
"Tim" 
"always an eye for fun." 
harborlight staff 2; boys volleyball 2; 
intramural soccer 2; driver training 1; 
Spanish club 2, 3. 




MOST AMBITIOUS 

Lynda Luther and Thomas Earley 

Runners up; Lynda Cuccurollo and Philip Pratt 




WILLIAM FRANCIS BAKER JR. 
"Bill" 
. . . remembered as a great student di- 
rector . . . 

transfer from thomas more school, harris- 
ville, new hampshire. 

photography club 2; harborlight staff 2, 
3; drama club 3; east coast model u.n. 3. 



RALPH LINCOLN BATES 
"Ralph" 
. . . usually seen at rizzotto's . . . 
band 1, 2, 3; orchestra 2; chorus 1, 2, 3; 
south eastern music festival 2; driver train- 
ing 2. 



JUDITH ANN BECK 
"Judy" 
. . . usually seen taking personality tests 
majorette 2, 3; chorus 1, 2; driver train- 
ing 1; student secretary 2, 3; art club 3. 



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ROBERT MARTIN BERQUIST 
"Bob" 
. . . usually seen at c.g.'s locker . . . 
driver training 2; dramatic club 1; folk 
song club 3; tennis 1; harborlight staff 
2; chorus 3; junior prom committee 2. 



ALBERT EDWARD BETTUCHY 
"Al" 

. . . remembered for the quickness of his 
grin . . . 

baseball 1, 3; lunchroom service club 1; 
driver training 2. 



PETER BURR BICKFORD 

"Pete" 
. . . remembered as mr. mc's pal . . . 
transfer from cooperstown high school, 
cooperstown, new york. 
football 3; ice hockey 2; baseball 2, 3; 
boys intramural basketball 2; driver train- 
ing 2. 





ROSEMARY BRENNAN 
"Robie" 
. . . usually seen waiting for the mail . . . 
archbearer 1; chorus 1; junior red cross 
2; refreshment committee 1, 2, 3; student 
secretary 3; driver training 2; pep club 1. 



CLASS SPOOKS 

Betsey Hornstra and Larry Goff 

Runners up,- Michele Addoms and Peter AAcGann 



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KENNETH HART BICKNELL 

"Ken" 

. . . remembered for coin collecting and 

women hating . . . 

library service club 3; driver training 1. 





MOST ATTRACTIVE 

Shirley Worley and Kevin Ducey 

Runners up; Margaret Mallon and Peter Bickford 




BARBARA LOUISE BRENNOCK 
"Barbara" 
. . . remembered for the twinkle in her 
eye . . . 
student secretary 3; art club 3. 



BRUCE DENTON BRIGGS 
"Bruce" 
"strength determines success." 
science club 2, 3; athletic service club 
3; driver training 2. 



RUTH ANN BROWN 
"Ruth" 
'i mark no hours but the shining ones. 



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LINDA ELLEN BULLOCK 
"Linda" 
. . . usually seen selling something for 
the benefit of the port exchange . . . 
chorus 2, 3; drama club 3; future teach- 
ers club 3; art club 3; pep club 2, 3; 
a.f.s. club 2, 3; port Washington exchange 
3. 



ROGER DUDLEY BURKE 
"Roger" 
. . . usually seen seeing the unseen under 
the sea . . . 



BARBARA ELLEN BYRNE 
"Byrnsey" 
. . . remembered for the b.b. express . . . 
junior prom committee; harborlight staff 
2; refreshment committee 1, 2, 3; art 
club 2, 3; driver training 1; pep club 
1. 2, 3. 





CHARLES GEORGE CALVI 
"Chuck" 
. . . remembered as a leader of the lunch 
room squad . . . 
junior prom committee 2. 



MOST RESPECTED 
Greer Giles and Henner Schierenbeck 



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NANCY MARIE CALLAHAN 
"Nancy" 
... ah, to stay out in the sun all day 
and come in with a tan . . . 
refreshment committee 2; graduation usher 
2; art club 3; library service club 3; stu- 
dent secretary 2, 3; driver training 2; 
girls' basketball I; pep club 1, 2, 3. 




INDIVIDUALISTS 

Emily Pfizenmaier and John Hiltz 

Runners up; Mary Paxton and Samuel Forter 





ELSIE JANE CANNING 
"Jane" 
"to err is human, to forgive is divine." 
class treasurer 1, 2, 3; junior prom com- 
mittee 2; junior prom attendant 2; chorus 
2, 3; refreshment committee 3; class ex- 
ecutive board 1, 2, 3; lunchroom service 
club 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; girls' tennis 
1, 2, 3. 



BARBARA ANN CAPPELLA 
"Panda" 
. . . hoping to bark up the right tree . . . 
archbearer 1; chorus 3; student council 
3; class executive board 1; graduation 
usher 2; driver training 2; pep club 1, 
2, 3, vice president 3. 



BEVERLY ANN CARLSON 
"Bev" 
"yet still she fills affection's eye, obscurely 
wise and always kind." 
art club 3, president national honor society 
2, 3; port Washington exchange 3; junior 
prom committee 2; band 1, 2, 3; high- 
way staff 3; drama club 3; national merit 
letter of commendation 3; softball 2, 3; 
orchestra 2, 3; badminton 2, 3; driver 
training 1. 



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IRENE MARIE CARNEY 
"Renie" 
. . . usually seen down back with the 
fish . . . 

junior prom committee; refreshment com- 
mittee 2; riding club 2; driver training 
1; pep club 3. 



JEAN CARPENTER 
"Jean" 

. . . remembered for her contagious 
laugh . . . 

band 1, 2, 3; chorus 1, 2, 3; a.f.s. 

club 2, 3; driver training 2; badminton 1. 



MARJORIE JEAN CARRAN 
"Marge" 
"the warmness of her smile invites many 
a lasting friendship." 

chorus 1, 2; drama club 1, 2; a.f.s. club 
2, 3; Spanish club 2, 3; girls basketball 
1; pep club 1, 2; orchestra 1, 2, 3. 





boy 



RICHARD DANIEL CENEDELLA 

"Rich" 
. the story of sax and the single 



BEST KNOWN COUPLE 

Joanne Sullivan and Robert McGuirk 

Runners up; Thomas Earley and Ginger Sheerin 



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PAMELA CLAIRE CAULKINS 

"Pam" 

. . . usually seen with reins in hand . . . 

junior red cross 1; athletic service club 1; 

driver training 1; pep club 1, 2. 




FRIENDLIEST SMILES 

Margaret Mallon and Richard Knapp 

Runners up,- Barbara Rawson and Philip Pratt 




WALTER HENRY CIOVACCO 
"Toots" 
. . . usually seen digging in the corner 
hockey 1, 2, 3; lunchroom service club 2; 
chorus 1; intramural basketball 2; intra- 
mural softball 2. 



DENIS ANTHONY CLARK 
"Denis" 
. . . remembered for his interest in coins 
and books . . . 

band 1, 2, 3; librarian 3; drama club 
1, 2, 3; national thespian troupe 2, 3; 
port Washington exchange 3; library 
service club 1, 2, 3; president 3; driver 
training 1. 



JONATHAN FRENCH CLARK 
"Jon" 
. . . usually seen on two wheels . . . 
port Washington exchange 3; ski club 2, 
3; folk music club 3; intramural soscer 
2; driver training 2. 



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DAPHNE COLE 
"Duck" 
. . . remembered for wanting to stay at 
a snail's pace . . . 

junior prom committee 2; junior prom at- 
tendant 2; archbearer 1; graduation usher 
2; riding club 2, 3; driver training 1; 
cheerleader 2, 3; pep club 1, 2, 3. 



NANGY ALICE COLE 
"Nancy" 
. . . usually seen on tip toes . . . 
chorus 1, 2; junior red cross 3; refreshment 
committee 2, 3; student council 2; driver 
training 1; pep club 1, 2, 3; badminton 
1, 2, 3. 



RICHARD JOSEPH CONBOY JR. 

"Bubba" 

. . . usually seen flying in his T-Bird . . . 

lunchroom service club 2; driver training 

1. 





ANNA ANTOINETTE CONKEY 
"Anna" 
. . . remembered for saying anything . . . 
archbearer 1; chorus 1; junior red cross 
1, 2, 3; refreshment committee 1, 2, 3; 
art club 3; student secretary 3; driver train- 
ing 1; pep club 1. 



MOST ATHLETIC 

Linda Farrar and Stephen Gill 

Runners up; Donna Hooper and Robert AAcGuirk 



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KATHLEEN MARIE CONDON 
"Kathy" 
. . . what betty crocker didn't know 
about cooking, kathy did . . . 
national honor society 2, 3; junior prom 
committee; chorus 1, 2; harborlight staff 
2, 3; national merit letter of commenda- 
tion '3; literary magazine 3; a.f.s. club 
1, 2, 3; driver training 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; 
a.f.s. semi-finalist 2; field hockey 2, 3; 
badminton 1, 2, 3. 




BEST NATURED 

AAichele Addoms and Richard Gianferante 

Runners up; Nancy Callahan, Jean Carpenter and 

Philip Pratt 




DAVID WILLIAM CONNOR 


KAREN RENEE CORSON 


LEITH EDSON COSMAN 


"Dave" 


"Karen" 


"Leith" 


. . . usually heard saying "where's pat?" 


. . . usually seen "putting out" on stage 


. . . usually heard saying "wha 


driver training 2. 




say?" . . . 



junior prom committee; chorus 1, 2, 3; 
south eastern music festival 2; drama 
club 1, 2, 3; national thespian troupe 3; 
art club 2, 3; driver training 2; pep club 
1, 2, 3. 



drama club 1, 2, 3; driver training 2. 



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JANE LOUISE COUGHLIN 
"Jane" 
. . . usually seen eating subs for lunch . . . 
junior prom committee; drama club 1; 
junior red cross 1, 2, 3; assembly com- 
mittee 1; student council 1; class ex- 
ecutive board 2; a.f.s. club 2, 3; driver 
training 2; girls basketball 1, 3; pep club 
1, 2, 3; girls tennis. 



CARMELLA LOUIDE COZZA 
"Mella" 
. . . usually seen down leo's . . . 
harborlight staff 2; student secretary 3; 
driver training 2. 



MICHAEL ALLAN CROCKETT 
"Mike" 
". . . health of body as well as health 
of mind . . ." 

transfer from weymouth high school, Wey- 
mouth, massachusetts. 
boys intramural basketball 2; soccer 3; 
driver training 2; east coast model u.n. 3. 




MOST IMMACULATE DRESSERS 

Virginia Moran and Robert Libertine 

Runners up; Joan Schofield and Kevin Ducey 




PHILIP HOLMES CROWELL III 
"Phil" 
". . . enjoy thyself and really live this 
life ..." 

junior prom committee; junior prom usher 
1; highway staff 3; ice hockey 1; baseball 
1; lunchroom service club 1, 2; driver 
training 1; ski club 1,2, 3. 



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ANN SWIFT CROSS 
"Annabelle" 
. . . usually seen in her daily fog . . . 
archbearer 1; junior prom committee- 
refreshment committee 2, 3; class executive 
board 3; graduation usher 2; athletic 
service club 2, 3; driver training 1; girls 
basketball 1; pep club 1, 2, 3; girls 
track 1. 




MOST TALENTED 

Karen Corson and Samuel Forter 

Runners up; Laurel Arnold and James Dempsey 




LINDA ROSEMARIE CUCCURULLO 
"Linda" 
"God gave a loaf to every bird, but just 
a crumb to me." 

national honor society 2, 3; junior prom 
committee; junior prom attendant; harbor- 
light staff 3; golf 1; student council 1, 2; 
literary magazine 3; editor 3; art club 
3; a.f.s. club 2, 3; driver training 2; pep 
club 2, 3. 



KATHLEEN ANITA CULLEN 
"Kay" 
"good things come in small packages." 
junior prom committee; harborlight staff 
3; graduation usher 2; a.f.s. club; art 
club 1, 2, 3; library service club 1, 2, 3; 
driver training 2; pep club 1, 2, 3. 



ELAINE FRANCIS ANN CYR 
"Elaine" 
. . . usually seen helping out back 
stage . . . 

junior prom committee; chorus 1, 2, 3; 
drama club 3; harborlight staff 2; art 
club 2; pep club 1. 



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EARL WINN DAVIS 
"Winn" 
"nor on one string are all life's jewels 
strung . . ." 

ice hockey 1; boys tennis 1, 2, 3; driver 
training 2. 



ROBERT CHAPIN DAVIS 
"Prancer" 
"the greatest invention is the wheel." 
chorus 2; football 1, 2, 3; driver training 
2. 



LINDA ROBERTA DELORAFANO 
"Linda" 
"my life is like a summer rose that opens 
to the morning sky . . ." 
student secretary 3. 



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WILLIAM ARTHUR DEAAAIN 
"Bill" 
. . . remembered for his high ride over 
the cross bars . . . 

football 1; hockey 1, 2; track 1, 2, 3; 
driver training 1; lunchroom service club 
1. 



Carol Harter, winner of the 1965 Science Fair 
PROJECT:-VARIABLES ON REDUCING DIETS 



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MARY ANN ANGELO DeLUZE 
"Mary" 
"come gather ye rosebuds while ye 
may." 

graduation usher 2; student secretary 2, 
3; driver training 1; girls basketball 2; 
pep club 1, 2, 3; girls track 1. 





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BROWN BOOK AWARD 
Thomas Earley 




JAMES MICHAEL DEMPSEY 

"Jim" 

"yea, music is the prophet's art among 

the gifts that God hath sent, one of the 

most magnificent!" 

junior prom committee 2; junior prom at- 
tendant 2; orchestra 1, 2, 3; chorus 1, 2, 
3; dance band 1, 2, 3; special chorus 
2, 3; all state 3; new england 3; south 
eastern 2, 3; s.e.m.s.b.a. 2, 3; art club 
3; band 2, 3. 



JOHN PATRICK DEMPSEY 
"John" 

"the reason firm, the temperate will, 
endurance, foresight, strength and skill." 

band 2, 3; orchestra 2, 3; chorus 1, 2, 3; 
baseball 1; s.e.m.s.b.a. 3. 



STEVEN RAYMOND DeMONTIGNY 
"Steve" 
. . . usually heard saying, "why, ah, 
thanggk-you" . . . 
soccer 3. 



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LUCILLE DOLORIS DePESA 
"Lucille" 
"humor is the key to all doors." 
junior red cross 2, 3; athletic service 
club 1; student secretary 1; driver train- 
ing 1; pep club 1. 



HUGH THOMAS DEVINE 
"Hugh" 
. . . usually seen without his mariners 
compass . . . 

class president 1; junior prom usher 1; 
football 1; ice hockey 1, 2; baseball 1, 
2, 3; boys intramural basketball 2; stu- 
dent council 1, 2; class executive board 
1, 2; library service club 2; driver train- 
ing 2; city-town exchange 3. 



LINDA ADELE DeVITO 
"Linda" 

. . . remembered as one of the dancing 
girls . . . 

archbearer 1; junior prom committee 2; 
band 1; junior red cross 1, 2; refreshment 
committee 1, 2; driver training 2; pep 
club 1, 2, 3; girls tennis 1, 2, 3; girls 
golf 1; girls badminton 1, 2, 3. 





RICHARD ALAN DEVLIN 
"Rich" 
"from little spark may burst a mighty 
flame." 

driver training 2; lunchroom service club 
3; art club 3; intramural Softball 3. 



HARVARD BOOK AWARD 
Alden Gage 



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LORETTA ANN DeVITO 
"Loretta" 
. . . usually seen doing some kind of 
studying . . . 

archbearer 1; driver training 2; majorette 
manager 2. 




GOOD CLASSMATE TODAY, GOOD NEIGHBOR 

TOMORROW CITIZENSHIP AWARD 

Russell Garland 





JOANNE DeYOUNG 
"Joanne" 
"an outward and visible sign of an in- 
ward and spiritual grace." 
national honor society 2, 3; archbearer 
1; chorus 1, 2; drama club 3; library 
service club 1; driver training 2; girls 
basketball 1; girls tennis 2; girls track 1. 



SUSAN MARIE DITULLIO 
"Sue" 
"happiness is a merry-go-round." 
junior prom committee 2; chorus 1, 2; 
harborlight staff 2, 3; news editor 2, 
3; class executive board 2; art club 3; 
debating club 2; athletic service club 
1, 2, 3, president 3; driver training 2; 
pep club 1, 2, 3. 



ALLEN LINCOLN DIVOLL 
"Allen" 
"the profile of a man." 
transfer from mount hermon academy, 
mount hermon, mass. 

harborlight staff 2; football 1; boys bas- 
ketball 1; golf 1; driver training 2; folk 
song club 3; ski club 3. 



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ELLEN MARIE DOLAN 
"Ellen" 
. . . reticence is virtue . . . 
chorus 1; driver training 2. 



PATRICIA ANN DONOHUE 
"Pudge" 
. . . remembered for her versatility in 
many towns . . . 

junior prom committee 2; chorus 1, 2, 3; 
class executive board 1; driver training 
I; pep club 1, 2, 3. 



KEVIN FRANCIS DUCEY 
"Duce" 
. . . known for his patented jump 
shots . . . 

junior prom committee 2; junior prom 
attendant 2; assembly committee 3; cross 
country 2; boys basketball 1, 2, 3; base- 
ball 1; track 3; boys intramural basket- 
ball 1; varsity "h" club 2, 3; student 
council 3; graduation usher 2; athletic 
service club 3; driver training 1; port 
Washington exchange 3. 





JAMES FRANK DWELLEY 
"Fred" 
"strong reasons make strong actions." 

football 3; driver training 1; volleybal 
1. 



DAR CITIZENSHIP AWARD 
Cheryl Rice 



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ELIZABETH AAARIE DUNN 
"Betty" 
"life is a pure flame, and we live by 
an invisible sun within us." 




NATIONAL COUNCIL OF TEACHERS OF 

ENGLISH ACHIEVEMENT AWARD RUNNER UP 

Lynda Luther 




THOMAS CARGILE EARLEY 
"Tom" 
. . . usually seen seeing red while walk- 
ing gingerly . . . 

brown book award 2; class officer; presi- 
dent 2, 3; junior prom committee 2; foot- 
ball 2, 3; national merit finalist 3; stu- 
dent council 2, 3; class executive board 
1, 2, 3; driver training 1; port Washington 
exchange 3. 



JEANNE LORRAINE ELLERS 
"Jeanie" 
. . . remembered for her saxon blond 
hair . . . 

junior prom committee 2; chorus 1, 3; 
future teachers club 3; graduation usher 
2; a.f.s. club; driver training 2; pep 
club 1, 2, 3; badminton 3. 



CARLA ROSS EPPLE 

"Carla" 

. . . not seen without a double h . . . 

national honor society 2, 3; archbearer 1; 
chorus 1, 2; drama club 1, 2, 3; literary 
magazine 3; harborlight staff 1, 2, 3 
editor-in-chief 3; a.f.s. club 2, 3; french 
club 2, 3; national merit semi-finalist 3; 
driver training 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; bad- 
minton 1, 2, 3. 



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SHARON ELIZABETH EPPLE 
"Sharon" 
. . . usually seen twirling . . . 
junior prom committee 2; majorette 2, 3, 
co-head 3; junior red cross 2; art club 
1, 2, 3; library service club 1, 2; driver 
training 2; pep club 1. 



DOROTHY ELLEN ESAU 
"Dot" 
. . . usually seen baking . . . 

chorus 1, 2; refreshment committee; girls 
field hockey 1 . 



CAROL ANN FARINA 
"Carol" 
. . . usually seen going up the s.s.c.c. hill 
art club 3; driver training; pep club 3. 





CITY-TOWN EXCHANGE WITH RINDGE TECHNICAL HIGH 

SCHOOL 

Hugh Devine, Clare Pfizenmaier, Cheryl Rice, Nancy Spruill, Steve 

Gill 



LINDA SUE FARRAR 
"Lin" 
. . . usually seen with an older looking 
sophomore . . . 

national honor society 2, 3; class vice 
president 1; band 1, 2, 3; chorus 1, 2, 3; 
harborlight staff 1, 3; junior red cross 
1; port Washington exchange 3; student 
council 2; class executive board 1, 3; 
lunchroom service club 2; driver training 
2; girls basketball 1, 2, 3, captain 3; 
pep club 1, 2, 3; girls tennis 1, 2, 3, 
captain 2; girls track 2, 3; girls volley- 
ball 1, 2, 3; girls field hockey 1, 2, 3. 



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KATHERINE ANNE FARNHAM 
"Kathy" 
"high upon the solid rock the ugly 
houses stand, come and see my shining 
palace/built upon the sand." 
a.f.s. club 2, 3; drama club 1, 2; student 
council 1; driver training 1; pep club 
1, 2, 3; field hockey 2, 3; literary maga- 
zine, art editor 3. 




TIME MAGAZINE CURRENT EVENTS TEST AWARD 

Joanne De Young, Frank Schnabel 

and William Baker 




RICHARD BOWIE FINLEY 
"Harry" 
. . . known for his fast 100's . . . 
junior prom committee 2; junior prom 
attendant 2; football 3; track 2, 3; art 
club 1. 



JOAN LOUISE FLOUNDERS 
"Joan" 
"to love is to know the sacrifices which 
eternity exacts from life." 
chorus 1, 2; national thespian troupe 2, 
3; drama club 1, 2, 3; harborlight staff 
1, 2, 3; a.f.s. club 1, 2, 3; debating 
club 2; athletic service club 2, 3; driver 
training 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; field hockey 
3. 



CHERYL ANN FLYNN 
"Cheryl" 
"... a shy girl is a sweet one . . ." 
archbearer 1; chorus 2, 3; future teach- 
ers club 3; art club 3; driver training 2; 
pep club 1, 2, 3; girls intramural tennis 1. 



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RODERICK BRYNN FOLIUM 
"Rod" 
". . . work is a man's life" . . . 
ice hockey 1, 2; track 1, 2, 3; intramural 
basketball 1; athletic service club 3; 
driver training 1. 



DIANNE SUSAN FORD 
"Diney" 
"it is pleasant to have people love you 
when they don't know you. but of more 
value is the love of a friend who has 
found you out and still loves you." 
archbearer 1; junior prom committee 2; 
chorus 1, 2; harborlight staff 1, 2, 3; 
future nurses club 3; class executive board 
1, 2; badminton 1, 2; cheerleading 2, 3; 
basketball 1; pep club 1, 2, 3. 



MICHAEL EDWARD FORD 
"Mike" 
. . . usually seen in the midst of the 
guys . . . 
driver training 2. 





BETTY CROCKER AWARD 
Kathleen Condon 



JOHN ALDEN GAGE JR. 
"Alden" 
"the shortest distance between this life 
and the next is a straight line." 
harvard book award 2; national honor 
society 2, 3; band 2, 3; orchestra 2, 3; 
chorus 1, 2; highway staff 3; cross country 
2; volleyball 2, 3; intramural basketball 
2; soccer 3; national merit letter of com- 
mendation 3; student council 3; driver 
training 1. 



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SAMUEL ALEXANDER FORTER III 
"Sam" 

. . . happiness is a full gas tank . . . 
someday! 

drama club 3; basketball 1, 2; track 1, 2, 
3; Spanish spoken contest winner 2; driver 
training 2; french club 3; Spanish club 
2, 3; president 2. 




MISS BUTTERFIELD, 
Head of Social Studies Department 

Contemporary Issues 

Majorette Advisor 

Port Washington Exchange Advisor 




RUSSELL AAACKIE GARLAND 
"Raoul" 
"the force of his merit makes his way." 
a.f.s. exchange student to schlossburg, 
germany; class vice president 3; band 1, 2, 
3; highway staff 3; football 1, 2, 3, cap- 
tain 3; ice hockey 1, 2; track 1, 2, 3; class 
executive board 1, 3; graduation marshal 2. 



TERRENCE GEOGHEGAN 
"Terry" 

. . . usually trying some wild drum 
solo . . . 

junior prom committee 2; band 1, 2, 3; 
orchestra 1, 2, 3; chorus 1, 2, 3; highway 
staff 3; track 1, 2, 3; dance band 1, 2, 3; 
a.f.s. club 1, 2, 3, vice president 3; high 
school representative to hingham chapter 
a.f.s; driver training 2. 



RICHARD JAMES GIANFERANTE 
"Doc G" 
. . . usually heard saying, "that's show 
bizz!" . . . 

cross country 2; basketball 1, 2, 3; golf 
1, 2, 3; co-captain 2; captain 3; soccer 3; 
driver training 2; port Washington ex- 
change 3. 



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GREER SEVILLE MARY GILES 

"Greer" 

"to know, to esteem, to love— then to 

part, makes up life's tale to many a 

feeling heart." 

a.f.s. exchange student from Johannes- 
burg, south africa; field hockey 3; a.f.s. 
club 3. 



MICHAEL BRADY GILBERT 
"Spider" 
. . . usually seen makin' like the big 
dipper . . . 

chorus 1, 2; cross country 2, 3; basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3, captain 3; baseball 1, 2, 3; 
driver training 2. 



KAREN GILLEECE 

"Karen" 

. . . remembered for her writings and 
interest in her subject . . . 





EDWARD JOHN GILLIS 
"Yogi" 
"nothing endures but personal qualities, 
ice hockey 1, 2; driver training 1. 



The Navy Band 



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STEPHEN MATTHEW GILL 
"Steve" 
. . remembered for his well planned 
passes (?) ... 

football I, 2, 3; hockey 1, 2, 3; tennis 
1, 3; volleyball 2; varsity "h" club 1, 2, 
3; art club; city-town-exchange 3. 




MR. BARRETT 
Athletic Director 




CAROLE ANN GILMORE 
"Carol" 
"patience and hard work yield a great 
woman" 

band 1; chorus 1; drama club 1; high- 
way staff 3; graduation usher 2; driver 
training 1; pep club 2, 3. 



GAY TAPPAN GOODENOUGH 
"Gay" 
"this life a theatre where every actor 
must perform with art . . . " 
chorus 1, 2; drama club 1, 2, 3. 



LAURENCE STEPHEN GOFF JR. 

"Pot" 

. . . remembered as one of the gang . . . 

band 1; driver training 2; intramural 

badminton 2. 



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LYN MARIE GORDON 
"Lyn" 
'A modest, retiring lass is she." 



CHRISTOPHER ALLAN GRIMM 
"Kit" 
"what shall I do for ever known— and 
make the age to come my own" 
junior prom committee 2; chorus 2; 
drama club 2, 3; football 1; student 
council 1; driver training 2. 



WILLIAM RICHARD GUNNING 
"Bill" 
"the rule of life is to make business a 
pleasure, and pleasure business." 





BARBARA KAY HART 
"Barb" 
"and all that's best of dark and bright 
meet in her eyes." i 

transfer: robert e. lee high school, houston, 
texas. 

chorus 2, 3; drama club 3; future teachers 
club 1; student council 1; driver training 
1; pep club 3. 



MR. WEBB 
Head of English Department 



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JOHN STEVEN HALEY 
"John" 
"the longer one lives, the more he learns, 
driver training; ice hockey. 




MR. CALDWELL 
Physics, Chemistry 





SALLY ANN HAYES 
"Sally" 
"the pursuit of the perfect, then, is the 
pursuit of sweetness and light" 
national honor society 2, 3; south shore 
regional science fair 3rd prize; science 
fair honorable mention 2; chorus 1, 2; high- 
way staff 3; a.f.s club 2, 3; french club 
3; art club 3; library service club 1, 2; 
driver training 1; pep club 1, 2. 



DAVID WENDELL HAYDEN 
"Dave" 
remembered for his whitman 
jaunts . . . 
driver training 1. 



JANE ISABELLE HENTZ 
"Jane" 
"nor on one string are all of life's jewels 
strung" 

art club 3; lunchroom service club 2; 
driver training 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; girls' 
tennis 1, 2, 3; girls' badminton 1, 2, 3; 
a.f.s. club 2; ski club 2; french club 3. 



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KATHLEEN ALVA HICKIE 


JOHN EDWARD HIGBEE 


JOHN ROBERT HILTZ 




"Kathy" 


"John" 


"Hilly" 




"in friendship 1 was early taught to 


. . . remembered for his hot trombone . . . 


. . . remembered for his perfect 


slap 


believe." 


band 1, 2, 3; dance band 1, 2, 3; orches- 


shots . . . 




student secretary 3; driver training 1 ; 


tra 1, 2, 3; festival 2; ski club 1, 2, 3; 


ice hockey 1, 2, 3. 




harborlight staff 2. 


drama club 1, 2, 3; science club, vice 
president 2; driver training 2; junior prom 
committee 2 









EDWARD HARL HOFFMAN 
"Harl" 
. . . usually seen with Sue . . . 
transfer: weymouth high school, wey- 
mouth, massachusetts. 
band 2, 3; orchestra 2, 3. 



MR. HUGGINS 
Physics, Biology 



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NORMAN FREDERICK HOEDTKE 

"Norm" 

. . . known for his accurate statistics?! . . . 

transfer from marshfield high school, 

marshfield, mass. 

chorus 1, 2, 3; football 1, 2, 3; basketball 
2; tennis 2, 3; driver training 2. 




Arabian Knights?? 




DONNA HOOPER 
"Donna" 
. . . remembered for escaping the crutches 
but not the stiff neck, and knees . . . 
port Washington exchange 3; lunchroom 
service club 2, 3; student secretary; driv- 
er training 2; girl's basketball 1, 2, 3; 
tennis 1, 2, 3; field hockey 1, 2, 3; cap- 
tain 3. 



BETSEY HORNSTRA 
"Betsey" 
... a little nonsense is relished by the 
best of men . . . 

archbearer 1; chorus 1, 2; graduation 
usher 2; folk song club 3; riding club 
2, 3; athletic service club 3; driver train- 
ing 1; pep club 1, 2, 3. 



JOHN CHARLES HOWARD 
"John" 
"life is but a thought." 
junior prom committee 2. 



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MARTHA ROSE HUGGINS 
"Marty" 

"true wit is nature to advantage dressed 
—what oft was thought, but ne'er so well 
expressed." 

archbearer 1; band 1, 2, 3; chorus 1, 2; 
new england festival 2; drama club 2, 
3; future teachers' club 1, 2; nurses' club 
1, 2; driver training 2; a.f.s. club 2, 3; 
girls' basketball 1, 2, 3, manager 2, 3. 



THOMAS JOSEPH HUXLEY 
"Tom" 
. . . remembered for helping his op- 
ponents off the ground . . . 
junior prom attendant 2; football 2, 3; 
boys' basketball 1, 2; track 1, 3; art 
club 3; driver training 2. 



MARGARET DIANE JANEY 
"Peggy" 

. . . usually seen doing her homework 
during the homeroom hen party . . . 




Good old High School publicity 




ARTHER VERNON JEWETT 
"Chugga" 
. . . remembered for his "sets" from the 
top of the key . . . 

soccer 3; cross country 2; boys basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3; baseball 1, 2, 3; boys' intra- 
mural basketball 1; driver training 2; 
chorus 1, 2, 3. 



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LAURIAN LUCRETIA JARVIS 
"Laurie" 
. . . remembered for her 14 story book 
pile . . . 

junior prom attendant 2; chorus 1; dra- 
matic club 1; future nurses club 2, 3; 
executive board 1, 3; a.f.s. club 1, 2, 3; 
driver training 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; in- 
tramural badminton 3; junior red cross 
representative 1. 




twist around the clock tonight? . . . hey Phil? . . . 




DAVID BLODGETT JONES 
"Dave" 
usually seen making like rick nel- 



transfer from mount hermon. 

driver training 2; talent folk song club 

3; ski club 2, 3; port Washington exchange 

3. 



PETER GUSTAF JONSSON 
"Pete" 
. . . remembered for his 0-14 record . 
tennis 3; intramural basketball 1, 2, 
varsity basketball manager 3; golf 
driver training 1. 



DIANE KELLEY 
"Diane" 
. a merry eye and a happy disposi- 



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RICHARD CLYDE KNAPP 
"Satch" 
. . . usually heard laughing at his own 
jokes? . . . 

assembly committee 2; cross country 2; 
boys' basketball 1, 2, 3; boys' tennis 1, 
2, 3; boys' intramural basketball 1, 3; 
student council 1, 2, 3; port Washington 
exchange 3; japan conference representa- 
tive 3; driver training 2. 



NANCY HOLLOWAY LAING 
"Nance" 
. . . remembered for wanting to master 
the art of snake charming . . . 

archbearer 1; junior prom committee 2; 
chorus 1; harborlight staff 1; future teach- 
ers' club 1, 2; varsity "h" club 3; grad- 
uation usher 2; french club 1, 2, 3; Span- 
ish club 1, 2, 3; a.f.s. club 1, 2; library 
service club 3; driver training 1; national 
merit letter of commendation 2; girls' vol- 
leyball 1; badminton 1. 



PAUL LAMBERT 

"Paul" 

. . . remembered as always teeing-off . . . 

boys' volleyball 3; golf 1, 2, 3; varsity 

"h" club; driver training 2. 





MR. BANKS 
French 



CHRISTINE LEE 
"Kris" 
... to be the gingerbread lady of my 
own gingerbread house . . . 
homecoming attendant 3; east coast model 
u.n. 3; lunchroom service 2; class secre- 
tary 3; junior prom committee 2; chorus 
2, 3; harborlight staff 1, 2, 3; french 
club 2, 3; a.f.s. club 1, 2, 3; student 
council 2, 3; class executive board 1, 3; 
pep club 1, 2, 3; badminton 2, 3. 



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CAN DACE LEAVITT 
"Candy" 
"my life is for itself and not for a spec- 
tacle." 

orchestra 3; chorus 1, 2; harborlight staff 
3; class executive board 2; debating club 

1, 2, 3; driver training 1; girls' tennis 2, 
3; girls' field hockey 1, 2, 3; a.f.s. club 

2, 3; treasurer 3; french club 2, 3. 




MR. ELIAS 
Biology 




JOHN PETER LEAHY 


ROBERT LEISHAAAN 


HARRY J. LEVINE 


"Larapin" 


"Bob" 


"Harry" 


"the best offense is a good defense." 


. . . usually seen excelling with a t- 


. . . remembered as a teenage prodigy 


chorus 1; ice hockey 1, 2, 3; boys' volley- 


square and triangle . . . 


lunchroom service club 1, 2, 3. 


ball 2; varsity "h" club; marshal board; 






lunchroom service club 1; driver train- 






ing 3. 







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ANNE COPELAND LEWIS 
"Anne" 
"how small a part of time they share 
that are so wondrous, sweet and fair." 
chorus 2, 3; drama club 3; driver train- 
ing 1; pep club 1. 



STEPHEN WEBB LEWIS 
"Steve" 
. . . remembered for contributing in 
humble ways . . . 

track manager 2, 3; drama club 3; science 
club 3; library service club 1, 2, 3; ath- 
letic service club 1, 2, 3. 



ROBERT LIBERTINE 
"Lib" 
"suit the action to the word, and the 
word to the action." 

junior prom committee; highway staff; 
football 1, 2, 3; ice hockey 1, 2; track 
1, 2, 3; boys' volleyball 1, 2, 3; varsity 
"h" club; driver training 2. 





CAROL ANN LITWIN 
"Carol" 
"humility will conquer in the end." 
harborlight staff 2, 3; future teachers 
club 3; french club 3; driver training 2; 
pep club 2, 3. 



MISS GUELL 
French 



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SHIRLEY LINCOLN 

"Shirley" 

a calm girl, and a calm voice 




"A-one, and a-two 




RUDY LUCCA 
"Rudy" 
"if one will try, he has the job half done, 
junior red cross; driver training. 



Hull 



KAREN LUNDIN 
"Fred" 

remembered for her "skips" to 



chorus 1, 3; junior red cross; refreshment 
committee lunchroom service club; driver 
training 



LYNDA LUTHER 
"Lynda" 
"her capabilities are great . . . her 
accomplishments are many." 
national honor society 2, 3; president 3; 
band 1, 2, 3; orchestra 1; dramatic club 
1, 2, 3; thespian troupe 2, 3; harborlight 
staff 1, 2, 3; assistant editor 3; executive 
board 1, 2, 3; 1st prize in science fair 
2; 3rd prize in state science fair 2. 



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JUDITH MacKINNON 
"Judy" 
"God forbid that I should go to any 
heaven where there are no horses!" 
french club 1, 3; a.f.s. club 1; riding 
club 3; harborlight 3; pegasus 3; business 
manager 3. 



PETER MacLEARN 
"Pete" 
. . . usually seen playing a role 
soccer 3. 



DOUGLAS MacLEOD 
"Dog" 
"tall and lots of quality to go with the 
quantity." 

cross country 2; boys' basketball 1, 2, 3; 
boys' intramural basketball 1, 3; golf 1, 
2, 3; refreshment committee 1; driver 
training. 





CHRISTOPHER MacNEILL 
"Chris" 
. . . usually seen with irons in hand . . . 
ice hockey 3; golf 2. 

transfer: weymouth high school, weymouth, 
massachusetts. 



off to luncheon we must go 



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BARBARA MacNEIL 
"Barbara" 
. . . remembered for her quick fingers on 
the royal . . . 

harborlight staff 2, 3; highway staff 3 
student secretary 2, 3; driver training 2 
girls' basketball 1, 2, 3; Softball 1, 2, 3 
girls' intramural basketball 1; girls' field 
hockey 1; John hancock award 3. 




MR. STODDARD 
Head of Mathematics Department 




IMELDA MAGNER 
"Mel" 
. . . remembered for riding shotgun for 
the B.B. express . . . 

John hancock award 3; junior prom com- 
mittee 1, 2; harborlight staff 1, 2; high- 
way staff 3; junior red cross 3; refresh- 
ment committee 1, 2, 3; Spanish club 2; 
student secretary 3; driver training 1 ; 
graduation usher 2; pep club 1, 2, 3. 



KATHLEEN MAIN 
"Kathie" 
"nothing better have I to do than to pa- 
tiently wait the steps of the postman." 
transfer: manchester central high school, 
manchester, new hampshire. 
chorus 2, 3; art club 3; cheerleader 1; 
pep club 2, 3; a.f.s. club 3; french club 3. 



JOSEPH MAIST 
"Joe" 
remembered for his 



ality 



cool person- 



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MARGARET MARY MALLON 
"Margie" 
"great scott! trying to keep up with the 
year behind is an endless task." 
pep club 1, 2, 3; executive board 1; chorus 
2, 3; home-coming attendant 3; driver 
training 1; junior prom committee 2; art 
club 3. 



JAMES MANNA 
"Jim" 
. . . usually seen working in the trees . . . 
boys' intramural basketball 3; driver train- 
ing 1. 



ELEANOR MARGESON 

"Elmy" 

as merry as the day is long 





SPAFFORD MARTINDALE 

"Spaf" 

'if one has an interest, he will succeed. 



MR. McKENZIE 
Geometry 



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DAVID BRUCE MARGETTS 
"Dave" 

. . . remembered for his on-the-side 
remarks . . . 

band 1, 2, 3; baseball 1; hockey 1 



That woman's touch . . . sigh . 




DAVID MASSON 
"Dave" 
. . . remembered for "cleaning and jerk- 
ing" 200 pounds . . . 
football 1; track 1, 2, 3; varsity "h" 
club 1, 2, 3. 



GAIL MAURITZ 
"Gail" 
"the nicest things come in little packages.' 
archbearer 1; driver training 3. 



BARBARA MAYER 
"Barbara" 
"what sweet delight a quiet life affords." 
chorus 1; graduation usher 2; driver train- 
ing 1; pep club 2, 3. 



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ELAINE McCOO 
"Elaine" 
. . . remembered as always wanting to 
be a success at something . . . 
chorus 1, 2, 3; future teachers club 1, 2, 
3; art club 3; driver training 2; pep 
club 1, 2, 3. 



PETER McGANN 

"Pete" 

. . . remembered for his many antics; 

owing always $8 to certain people . . . 

ice hockey; baseball. 



ROBERT ALAN McGUIRK 
"Robbie" 
"the secret to success is the consistency 
of purpose." 

junior prom committee 2; junior prom at- 
tendant 2; football 1, 2, 3; ice hockey 1, 
2, 3; driver training 2; varsity h. club 1, 
2, 3. 





ERNEST MELLGREN 
"Ernie" 
. . . remembered for always trying to eat 
lunch in 22 minutes . . . 
driver training 1. 



J.B.'s boys? 



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PATRICIA McSWEENEY 
"Pat" 
"i am the master of my fate; i am the 
captain of my soul." 

driver training 1; badminton 1; archbearer 
1; junior prom committee 2; chorus 1, 2, 
3; drama club 1, 2, 3;' harborlight staff 
1; port Washington exchange 3; editor 
co-chairman 3; highway staff 3; nat'l merit 
semi-finalist 3; a.f.s. club 1, 2; art club 
2, 3; pep club 1, 2, 3. 




Literary discussion on Moliere by Robert Davis. 




ISABEL MERRITT 
"Izzy" 
. . . usually seen with yogi . 
driver training 1. 



CAROL MITCHELL 
"Carol" 
. . . usually seen at the 'sugar snack' . . . 
refreshment committee 3; art club 2, 3; 
library service club 1; athletic club 3; 
student secretary 3; girl's basketball 2, 3; 
pep club 2. 



FREDERIC MORAN 
"Fred" 

. . . remembered for his convincing words 

in the debating club . . . 

port Washington exchange; ice hockey 

1, 2, 3; boys tennis 2, 3; soccer 3; student 
council 3; debating club 2; library service 

2, 3. 



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VIRGINIA DEXTER MORAN 
"Ginna" 
"the only danger in friendship is that it 
will end." 

archbearer 1; junior prom committee 2; 
junior prom attendant 2; chorus 1, 2; 
harborlight staff 1, 2, 3; varsity "h" club 
3; student council 1, 2; french club 2; 
Spanish club 3; driver training 1; cheer- 
leader-captain 2, 3; pep club 1, 2, 3; 
port Washington exchange 3. 



DONNA AAORTENSON 
"Harry" 
. . . usually seen passing aspirin • to 
bob . . . 

.chorus 1; junior red cross; refreshment 
committee. 



ELAINE MULROONEY 
"Elaine" 
"laugh and the world laughs with you." 
class secretary 1; junior prom committee 
2; future teachers club 3; riding club 2; 
art club 3; girls basketball 1; pep club 
2, 3; girls intramural basketball 1; girls 
intramural badminton 2. 





NATIONAL MERIT SEMI-FINALISTS 

Mary Paxton, Judith Whipple, Lynda Luther, Thomas Early, Patricia 

McSweeney, Carla Epple. 



MARILYN MURRAY 
"Marilyn" 

... if only f.m. had asked me once 

more. 

junior prom committee 2; chorus 1, 2, 3; 

harborlight staff 3; class executive board 

1, 2, 3; driver training 1; badminton 

1, 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; girls tennis 1. 



no 




THOMAS MURPHY 
"Tom" 
"laughter is my object; 'tis a property 
in man essential to his reason ..." 




NATIONAL MERIT LETTERS OF COMMENDATION 

Beverly Carson, Marjorie Carran, Fred Moran, David Ovaska, Kathleen Condon, Laurel 

Arnold. 




STEPHEN NICKERSON 

"Steve" 

'be there a will, and wisdom finds a way." 



DONNA NORMANDIN 
"Donna" 
. . . remembered as always being late 
to french class . . . 



CAROL JEAN O'BRIEN 
"Carol" 
"for a breath of ecstasy, give all you have 
or would be ... " 



III 




JOHN JOSEPH O'BRION 
"O.B." 
. . . remembered as always on the scene 
behind a soda fountain . . . 
football manager 2, 3; ice hockey man- 
ager 3; intramural softball 1; art club 3; 
driver training 1. 



KATHLEEN ORLANDO 
"Kathy" 

. . . remembered for her favorite ex- 
pression, "oh, forget it!" 

harborlight staff 3; student secretary 3. 



DAVID ANDREW OLSON 
"Dave" 
. . . remembered for his interest in the 
science world . . . 

science club 1, 2, 3; ski club 1, 2, 3; 
french club 1; library service club 2, 3; 
driver training 2. 





PAUL EDWARD PASCARELLI 
"Paul" 
"he hath borne himself beyond the promise 
of his age doing the feats of a lion." 
art club 1, 3. 



Give them "A" for A ffort!! 



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DAVID ERNEST OVASKA 
"Dave" 
"sound . . . the science of vibration 
expressed by a trumpet." 
band 1, 2, 3; orchestra 1, 2, 3; ice 
hockey 1, 2; national merit letter of com- 
mendation 3; driver training 2. 




MISS WESTPHAL 
English 




MARY BURR PAXTON 
"Mima" 
"dew evaporates— and all our world is 
dew ... so dear, so fresh, so fleeting." 
national merit semi-finalist; national honor 
society 2, 3; graduation usher 2; drama 
club 1, 2, 3; national thespian troupe 1, 
2, 3; harborlight staff 1, 2, 3; "pegasus" 
literary magazine 3; editor in chief 3; 
a.f.s. club 1, 2, 3; art club 2; pep club 
1, 2, 3; french club 1, 2, 3; president 3; 
mass, freedom movement 3; badminton 
tournament .1, 2. 



ROGER GREG PENRY 
"Roger" 
"art . . . the expression of emotion with 
skillful hands." 

transfer— palo alto high school, palo alto, 
calif. 

art club 2, 3; president 3; science club 
treasurer; literary magazine art editor 3. 



JEFFREY THORNTON PERKINS 
"Jeff" 
"i never met a man i didn't like." 
ice hockey 1, 2, 3; driver training 1. 



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DIANE NANCY PETERS 

"Diane" 

"life is a great bundle of little things." 

library service club 3; student secretary 3; 

driver training 1. 



ROBERT MAXWELL PETRIE 
"Bob" 
"everybody likes and respects self-made 
men." 

port Washington exchange; band 1, 2 
driver training 2; ice hockey 1, 2, 3 
baseball 1, 2, 3; varsity "h" club 2, 3 
soccer 3; national merit letter of com- 
mendation 2. 



CLARE PFIZENMAIER 
"Clare" 
"experience is the child of thought and 
thought is the child of action." 
a.f.s. club 1, 2, 3; national honor society 
2, 3, treasurer 3; junior prom committee 
2; junior prom attendant 2; graduation 
usher 2; student council 2, 3; art club 3 
driver training 2; girls basketball 1, 2, 3 
pep club 1, 2, 3; girls tennis 1, 2, 3 
city town exchange 3. 





MARY BEEDER PIERCE 
"Mary" 
. . . usually seen in a blue rambler . . . 
drama club 1, 2, 3; highway business 
staff 3; literary magazine 3; art club 2; 
pep club 1, 2, 3; girls field hockey 1. 



Our "maladjusted introvert???" 



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EMILY PFIZENMAIER 
"Emily" 
"nothing great was ever achieved without 
enthusiasm." 

port Washington exchange 3; class ex- 
ecutive board 1; chorus 1, 2, 3; drama 
club 2, 3; a.f.s. club 1, 2, 3, president 3; 
debating club 1; driver training 2; Span- 
ish club 1, 2, 3; pep club 1; girls tennis 
1, 2, 3. 




'Hey! That one's not bad!' 




ROBERT AAODIG PIKE 
"Bob" 
"Honesty is a supreme virtue." 
band 1, 2, 3; chorus 1, 2, 3; football 3; 
driver training 3. 



GEOFFREY EDWARD POTTER 
"Geoff" 

"photography is the capture of transient 
time." 

photography club 2, 3; art club 3; ath- 
letic service club 2, 3; driver training 2. 



PHILLIP ALLAN PRATT 
"Phil" 
"he thinks like a sage and leads like 
a man." 

student council 2, 3, president 3; junior 
prom attendant 2; band 1, 2, 3; orchestra 
1, 2, 3; chorus 1; harborlight staff 2, 3; 
football 1, 2, 3; port Washington exchange 
3, co-chairman 3; varsity "h" club 2, 3. 



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JULIANNE PYNE 
"Julie" 
. . . usually heard saying, "ah, you! 
chorus 1, 2, 3; driver training 1. 



BARBARA JEAN QUIGLEY 
"Bobbie" 
. . . usually wanting to visit the "home 
of the airborne ..." 
transfer— fayetteville high, fayetteville, n.c. 
junior prom committee 2; future nurses 
club 2, 3. 



BARBARA ANN RAWSON 
"Barbara" 
"before you love, learn to walk in snow 
without leaving any footsteps." 
archbearer 1; junior prom committee 2; 
harborlight staff 2, 3; student council 2; 
class executive board 1, 3; driver training 
2; pep club 1, 2, 3; treasurer 2. 





CHERYL ANN RENKERT 
"Sherry" 
"remember this: that very little is needed 
to make a happy life." 
chorus 1; junior red cross 1, 2, 3; refresh- 
ment committee 1, 2, 3; lunchroom ser- 
vice club 3; student secretary 2, 3; pep 
club 1. 



"Are you for real??' 



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JAMES LAWRENCE READ 

"Creature" 
. . . usually seen in his jeep . 
football 1. 







but it's your turn to change him. 




CHERYL ANNE RICE 
"Sheri" 
"so ill travel along with a friend and a 
song ..." 

class secretary 2; junior prom committee 
chairman 2; junior prom queen 2, attend- 
ant 2; chorus 1, 2; harborlight staff 1, 2; 
corresponding editor 2; highway staff — ed- 
itor 3; varsity "h" club 2, 3; student 
council 1; executive board 2; city-town 
exchange 3; french club 2, 3; driver train- 
ing 2; cheerleader 2, 3; treasurer 3; pep 
club 1, 2, 3; dar award 3. 



DEBORAH DEANE RICHMOND 
"Debbie" 
"imagination is as good as many voy- 
ages." 

archbearer 1; chorus 1, 2; athletic service 
club 3; driver training 2; girl's basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3; pep club 1, 2, 3. 



SARAH RIDPATH 
"Sally" 
"be strong when strength is needed, yet 
soft enough to yield." 
harborlight staff 3; athletic service club 
1; pep club 3. 



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KATHLEEN GRACE RILEY 
"Kathy" 
"it's nice to be important but more im- 
portant to be nice." 

student secretary; refreshment committee; 
archbearer 1. 



PAMELA BABCOCK ROBIE 
"Pam" 
"laughter is a treasured emotion." 
chorus 1, 2, 3; future teachers' club 3; 
driver training 2; girls' basketball 3; pep 
club 1, 2, 3. 



BARBARA ANNE ROBINSON 
"Barbara" 
. . . remembered as the rebel . . . 
lunchroom service club- 2; student sec- 
retary 2, 3; driver training 2; girls' bas- 
ketball 1; field hockey 1. 





PHILIP MONROE ROSENBLUM 
"Phfl" 
"laugh and be merry; remember, better 
the world with a song." 

transfer— seminole high school, largo, flor- 
ida 

junior prom attendant 2; football I, 
2; Spanish club 1; french club 2; driver 
training 2. 



I don't wanna go! 



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» * Soup and sandwich ... 



ELLA LOUISE ROMANO 

"Ella" 

"my life is like a pearl which is still 

unformed, but i am beginning and i will 

become." 

chorus 3; highway staff 3; a.f.s. club 
1, 2, 3; french club 3; pep club 1, 2, 3. 





LINDA ANN ROUTHIER 
"Linda" 
"he who sows courtesy reaps friendship 
and he who plants kindness gathers love." 
archbearer 1; junior prom committee 2; 
chorus 1, 2, 3; drama club 1; harborlight 
staff 1, 2; future teachers' club 1, 2, 3; 
assembly committee 1; refreshment com- 
mittee 1, 2, 3; student council 1; class 
executive board 2; graduation usher 2; 
art club 1, 2; library service club 1; ath- 
letic service club 2, 3; driver training 2; 
girls' basketball I, 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; 
girls' tennis 2, 3; field hockey 1; bad- 
minton 1, 2. 



WILLIAM EDWARD RYAN 
"Willy" 
"let them call it mischief; when it is 
past and prospered 'twill be virtue." 
junior prom committee 2; football 1, 2, 
3; ice hockey 1, 2, 3; varsity "h" club; art 
club 3; driver training 2. 



JAMES ROBERT SARGENT 
"Jim" 
. . . usually seen in the center of the 
stage . . . 

drama club 1, 2, 3; mass, drama festival 
1, 2, 3; national thespian troupe 2; pres- 
ident of thespians 3; cross country man- 
ager 2, 3; driver training 1. 



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MARGARET MARY SAUNDERS 
"Margaret" 
. . . remembered as wanting to go to 
art school and become a dress design- 
er .. . 
chorus 1; art club 3; driver training 3. 



ANNA MARY SAVOY 

"Anna" 

"life is a great bundle of little things." 

transfer— pokemouche high school, poke- 

mouche, new brunswick. 



HENNER OTTO HEINRICH SCHIERENBECK 

"Henner" 
"vivamus atque amemus!" 
a.f.s. exchange student from bremen, ger- 
many 
a.f.s. club; national honor society. 





FRANK MICHAEL SCHNABEL 

"Frank" 

"they can because they think they can." 

football 1, 2, 3; track 1, 2, 3; driver 

training 2. 



MR. LEONARD 
English 



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ALICE MARGARET SCHIRMER 
"Chickie" 
"thought and laughter go hand in hand, 
junior red cross 1; driver training 1. 




I know where there's an escape exit . 




JOAN CATHARINE SCHOFIELD 
"Joan" 

"good, the more communicated, the more 
abundant grows." 

a.s.f. semi-finalist; archbearer 1; harbor- 
light staff 2, 3; highway staff 3; mass, 
school of art scholarship; art club 3; 
athletic service club 1, 2; driver training 2. 



PETER EUGENE SCHUCHARD 
"Pete" 
. . . usually seen with the boys . 
ice hockey manager 3; baseball 2, 3. 



NANCY ROSS SEILER 
"Nancy" 
"live simply; expect little; give much; 
fill your life with love; scatter sunshine." 
chorus 1, 2; driver training 2; cheer- 
leader 2, 3; pep club 1, 2, 3. 



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ELIZABETH LEE SHACKFORD 
"Liz" 
. . . usually seen arriving at 8:05 . . . 
archbearer 1; junior prom committee 2; 
chorus 1, 2, 3; harborlight staff 1, 3; art 
club 3; driver training 1; french club 3; 
ski club 3; pep club 1, 2, 3; girls intra- 
mural tennis 1; girls intramural badmin- 
ton 1, 2. 



MARY ELIZABETH SHANLEY 
"Mary Beth" 
"may your hearts hold but gladness and 
sunshine and peace." 

junior prom attendant 2; art club 3; 
pep club 1, 2, 3. 



MARTIN KEVIN SHAUGHNESSY 
"Pi" 
"men of few words are the best men." 
football 1, 2, 3; art club 3; driver train- 
ing 2. 





MR. SAVAGE 

Work-Study Program 



VIRGINIA ANNE SHEERIN 

"Ginger" 

. . . remembered as the vibrant redhead 

who caused pleasant havoc wherever she 

went . . . 

junior prom committee 2; drama club 3; 
harborlight staff 1, 2, 3, editor 3; high- 
way staff 3; class executive board 1, 2, 
3; graduation usher 2; a.f.s. club 1, 2, 3; 
art club 3; girls basketball 2, 3; pep club 
2, 3; badminton 2, 3. 



122 




GREGORY LEONARD SHAW 
"Greg" 
"speech is great but silence is greater." 
cross country 2; baseball 1, 3; soccer 3; 
boys intramural basketball 1; driver train- 
ing 2. 




'I'll pick you up later." 




SUSAN ANN SHERMAN 

"Sue" 
. . . usually seen with harl . . . 
future nurses club 1; graduation usher 
2; -port Washington exchange #3; art 
club 3; driver training 2; majorette 2; 
co-captain 3. 



AAARK SHESKEY 
"AAarka" 
. . . usually seen with nana . . . 
junior prom committee 2; junior prom at- 
tendant 2; football 1, 2, 3; ice hockey 
1, 2, 3. 



JAMES ROBERT SIMS 
"Jim" 
. . . usually seen doing calculus . . . 
harborlight staff 3; science club 2; co- 
president 3; driver training 2. 



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DANIEL JOSEPH SINGLETON JR. 
"Danny" 
"he speaketh not; and yet there lies a 
conversation in his eyes." 
boys volleyball 3; boys intramural basket- 
ball 1, 2, 3; golf 2, 3; driver training 2. 



LEONARD ARTHUR SMITH 
"Lenny" 

. . . remembered for the smile in his 
eyes . . . 

drama club 1; ice hockey 1; baseball 2, 
3; driver training 1. 



JEFFREY MacDONALD SMITH 
"Jeff" 
"the great end of life is not knowledge 
but action." 

chorus 2, 3; track 1, 2, 3; science club 
1, 2; port Washington 3; varsity h 2, 3. 




MASSACHUSETTS SCHOOL OF ART AWARDS 
Margaret Somerville, Joan Schofield 
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS AWARD 
Martin Shaughnessy 




MARGARET LYNN SOMERVILLE 
"Peggy" 
. . . usually seen in commercial enter- 
prise . . . 

a.f.s. finalist 2; junior prom committee 2; 
massachusetts art scholarship; student coun- 
cil 3; class executive board 2; graduation 
usher 2; art club 2, 3; debating club 1; 
driver training 2; girls basketball 1, 2, 3; 
Softball 1; girls field hockey 1, 2, 3; port 
Washington exchange 3. 



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GERALDINE MARIE SNOWDEN 

"Gerry" 
usually seen at west hingham phar- 




JAPAN CONFERENCE REPRESENTATIVES 
Margaret Somerville, Robert Davis, and Sarah Ridpath were 
the Hingham delegates to the Japan Conference, held 
during Japan-America Week. 




KARIN CAROLA SPARR 
"Karin" 
"but i have promises to keep and miles 
to go before i sleep ..." 
transfer from goepping, germany. 
class officer, president; chorus; student 
council; girls basketball; girls volleyball. 



NANCY MARIE SPRUILL 
"Nancy" 
"a smile is like a little wedge that often 
keeps us from the edge." 
refreshment committee 3; driver training 
2; city-town exchange 3. 



ROBERT VINCENT SPARKS 

"Bob" 

. . . remembered for his penetrating 
brown eyes . . . 

refreshment committee; baseball 1, 2, 3; 
boys volleyball 1, 2; driver training 2. 



125 




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"it matters 
how." 



RONALD STASIK 
"Ron" 
how 



not 



long we live, but 



CRAIG DOUGLAS STEEN 
"Craig" 
. . . remembered as a fisherman and 
duck hunter . . . usually seen at the 
smelt piers or on the islands hunting 
quackers . . . can't stand people who 
keep their trout when they catch them . . . 



BARBARA ALLISON STAMPER 
"Barb" 
"reticence is tantamount to womanhood." 
jr. prom committee 2; pep club 1, 2; 
yearbook staff 3; graduation usher 2; 
student sec. 2. 



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BOTTOM ROW: Emily Pfizenmaier, Marjorie Carran, Linda Bullock, Susan Sherman, Margaret Somerville, Patricia McSweeney, Martha 
Huggins. SECOND ROW: Mr. Farris, Advisor, Beverly Carlson, Virginia Moran, Barbara Walsh, Donna Hooper, Linda Farrar, Miss 
Butterfield, Advisor. THIRD ROW: Denis Clark, Leonard Smith, George Atkinson, Richard Knapp, Jonathan Clark, Richard Gian- 
ferante, Philip Pratt. FOURTH ROW: Fred Moran, Jeff Smith, Kevin Ducey, David Jones, Thomas Earley. 



126 




BARRY EDWARD STAMPER 
"Barry" 
"The true genius is a mind of large gen- 
eral powers, accidentally determined to 
some particular direction." 




It's been a hard day's night 




These twenty-four Hingham students were chos- 
en to exchange a week of adventures with twen- 
ty-four students from Port Washington, Wiscon- 
sin. During the week at Hingham the students 
had many day excursions to sights of interest 
in Massachusetts. 




This first exchange was very successful and all 
involved became more aware of the similarities 
and differences between the East and the Mid- 
West. 



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PRISCILLA STEWART 
"Pris" 

. . . usually seen not eating . . . 
transfer— penncrest high school, media, pa.; 
junior prom committee 2; chorus 1, 2; 
future nurses club 1; art club 3; driver 
training 2; pep club 3; girls tennis 2. 



JOANNE LEE SULLIVAN 


JOHN MARK SULLIVAN 


"Jo" 


"John" 


"what wisdom can you find that is great- 


. . . usually seen at the gas station . . . 


er than kindness ..." 


ice hockey 1; boys intramural basketball 


junior prom committee 2; junior prom at- 


1, 2, 3; driver training 2. 



tendant 2; highway staff 3; student coun- 
cil 3; graduation marshal 2; driver train- 
ing 1; cheerleading 2, 3; pep club 1, 2, 
3; varsity "h" club 2, 3; homecoming 
queen 2. 










BARBARA ANN SUTHERLAND 
"Barb" 
"light of heart and step was she." 
chorus 1, 2; driver training 3; pep club 1. 



Student Government Day Representative: Margaret Somerville. 



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JOHN ROGER SUNDBERG 
"John" 
. . . usually heard speaking quietly 
driver training 2. 




MRS. BREEN 
Chemistry 




CAROL ANN SZABO 
"Carol" 
. . . usually seen waiting at the mail- 
box . . . 

transfer— st. peters high school, roswell, 
new mexico. 

girl's state award 2; junior prom commit- 
tee 2; cheerleader 1, 2. 



JOHN HENRY TRAVERS, JR. 
"John" 
. . . usually seen waiting for June . . . 
junior prom committee 2; junior prom at- 
tendant 2; football 1, 2, 3; baseball 2, 3; 
driver training 2. 



KATHLEEN THERESA TURLEY 
"Kathy" 
. . . usually seen yelling. 
pep club I; driver training 1; executive 
board 3. 



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CAROL JOAN VALORZ 


KENNETH ANTHONY VENTO 


STEPHEN ANTHONY VILLANI 


"Carol" 


"Ken" 


"Skip" 


. . . usually seen headed toward the 


. . . usually heard . . . 


. . . usually not seen . . . 


white house . . . 


junior prom committee 2; chorus 1, 3; 




junior prom committee 2; art club 3; 


ice hockey 1; class executive board 3; 




driver training 2; a.f.s. club 2, 3; pep 


driver training 2. 




club 2, 3 









JAMES CHARLES WALDEN, JR. 
"Jim" 

. . . usually seen going out the front 
door . . . 

baseball 1, 3; boys volleyball. 



EAST COAST MODEL UNITED NATIONS DELEGATION 
REPRESENTING GHANA: 

E. Winn Davis, Jane Canning, Joan Flounders, Henner 
Schierenbeck. 
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GILBERT GEORGE VINCENT 
"Gil" 

. . . usually seen outside the library . . . 
band 1, 2, 3; orchestra 1, 2, 3; chorus 
1, 2, 3; south eastern festival; all stage 
festival; s.e.m.s.b.a. 




EAST COAST MODEL UNITED NATIONS DELEGATION 

REPRESENTING LEBANON: 

Sally Wise, William Baker, Christine Lee, Michael Crockett. 




PETER FRANCIS WALGREEN 
"Green" 
"we long for dragons large enough to 
slay." 
driver training 1; football 1. 



BARBARA ANN WALSH 
"Barb" 
"friendship is the most valuable of all 
human possessions." 

class executive board 1, 2; graduation usher 
2; archbearer 1; junior prom committee 2; 
harborlight staff 2; driver training 1; pep 
club 1, 2, 3; president 3; port Washington 
exchange 3. 



TEMPEE FRANCIS WARMACK 
"Tempee" 
. . . usually absent, tardy, or dismissed, 
football 2, 3; track 3; art club 3; editor 
art club publication 3; driver training 1; 
jr. prom committee 2; varsity "h" club 
2, 3. 



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PENELOPE JEAN WASHBURN 
"Penny" 
"he that has patience may compass any- 
thing." 

a.f.s. club 2, 3; jr. prom committee 2; 
highway business staff 3; graduation usher 
2; student secretary 3; driver training 2; 
pep club 2, 3. 



FRANK ARTHUR WEITZ, JR. 
"Frank" 
"men by themselves are priced." 
harborlight staff 3; driver training 2; golf 
1, 2, 3. 



JUDITH ANN WHIPPLE 
"Judy" 
"the deed is everything; the fame is 
nothing." 

a.f.s. finalist 2; national honor society 2 
national merit semi-finalist; chorus 1, 2 
harborlight staff 2, 3; a.f.s. club 2, 3 
driver training 1; girls basketball 1, 2, 3 
pep club 1, 2, 3; softball 1, 2; girls ten 
nis 3; girls field hockey 1, 2, 3. 





ANNE TERRY WIGHT 
"Terry" 
"style is the dress of thoughts." 
chorus 1, 2, 3; harborlight staff 2, 3; 
french club 2, 3; a.f.s. club 2, 3; art 
club 2; driver training 2; pep club 1, 2, 3; 
girls badminton 1 , 2. 



MRS. EPPLE 
English 



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SUSAN GILLIS WHITMAN 

"Susie" 

"happiness is a school without rumors." 

transfer sacred heart academy country day 

school 

drama club 1, 2, 3; chorus 3; special cho- 
rus 3. 




Just like grand central???! 




MARCIA DALE WILLIAMS 
"Marsh" 
"walk together, talk together, all ye peo- 
ples of the earth, then and only then 
shall ye know peace." 
a.f.s. exchange student to trollhattan, Swe- 
den. 

national honor society; student council 
1, 2; jr. prom committee 2; chorus 1, 
2; harborlight 1, 2; badminton 1, 2; pep 
club 1, 2; driver training 2; french club 
1, 2; a.f.s. club 1, 2. 



TODD SPAULDING WILLIAMS 
"Scrubba" 
. . . usually seen running . . . 
art club 3; driver training 2; cross coun- 
try 3; ice hockey 1, 2, 3; track 1, 2, 3; 
varsity "h" club 3. 



DIANE SYLVIA WINQUIST 
"Diane" 
. . . remembered as greatest and most 
spontaneous story inventor, 
student council 3; a.s.f. club 2, 3; grad- 
uation usher 2; refreshment committee 2; 
student council 2, 3; driver training 2; 
pep club 1, 2, 4; girls tennis 3. 



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SARAH GARDINER WISE 


KATHLEEN ANN WITT 


KENNETH GEORGE WOOD 


"Sally" 


"Kathy" 


"Ken" 


"heard melodies are sweet, but those un 


"a friend may well be reckoned the mas- 


. . . remembered for the well-planned 


heard are sweeter." 


terpiece of nature." 


harborlight meetings . . . 


east coast model un 3; chorus 1, 2, 3; 


driver training 2. 


harborlight staff 2, 3; business manager 


a.f.s. club 2, 3; secretary 3; library service 




3; french club 2, 3; ski club 1. 


club 1; driver training 2; girls basketball 






1, 2; pep club 1, 2; girls tennis 1, 2, 3; 






girls field hockey 1, 2, 3. 








JOHN HANCOCK AWARD 
On the basis of academic achievement, school and com- 
munity citizenship, cooperation and initiative, this award 
was received by Imelda Magner and Barbara MacNeil. 




SHIRLEY JANE WORLEY 
"Tissy" 
"i look upon every day to be lost in 
which i do not make a new acquaintance." 
transfer overton high school, nashville, 
tenn. 

pep club 3, 1, 2; national honor society 
2, 3; chorus 1, 2; newspaper staff 2; 
yearbook staff 2; future teachers club 
2; beta club 2; french club 1, 2; secre- 
tary, treasurer 1, 2. 



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ELLIOTT WAYNE WORCESTER JR. 
"Elliott" 
. . . remembered as having the best 
view of mr. ricci's back . . . 
band 1, 2, 3; boys' basketball 1; man- 
ager 1; driver training 1. 




"... and some are sung, and that was yesterday, and some unsung, and 
that may be tomorrow ..." 




ELIZABETH BARTON WRIGHT 
"Betsy" 

"to be a poet is to follow to the end 
the dream." 

class executive board 1; junior prom com- 
mittee 2; chorus 1, 2; harborlight staff 1, 
2; highway staff 3; pep club 1, 2, 3; 
driver training 1; badminton 1, 2; art club 
3; a.f.s. club 1. 



CHARLES EDWARD YOURELL 
"Charlie" 

. . . usually seen causing chaos with 
teddy . . . 

boys' intramural basketball 1. 



JOHN FRANK ZARO 
"John" 

"the greatest growth is just to be aware, 
driver training 2. 



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camera shy . . . 



AMONTE, CARLENE FRANCES SOBOSKI, WILLIAM ANTHONY 

jr. prom committee 2; jr. red cross 2; refreshment committee 2; driver training, 

graduation usher 2; art club 2; athletic service club 1; student 
secretary 3; driver training 1; pep club 1, 2, 3. 



KING, PRISCILLA ANN 
chorus 1; refreshment committee 1, 2, 3; jr. red cross 2, 3. 

MaclVER, JEANNE 

McDONOUGH, MATTHEW WILLIAM 
dramatic club 1, 2, 3. 

SAPRITO, JOHN SALVATORE 

SCHUKA, LORRAINE 
chorus 1, 2; driver training 2; Softball 3. 

SMITH, WAYNE ARTHUR 
harborlight staff; athletic service club; driver training 



STREET, DANA 
driver training; intramural basketball 2, 3. 

TYRALA, MATTHEW OTTO 
track 1; art club 3; driver training 1. 

WENDT, KATHRYN ANN 
chorus 1, 2, 3; future nurses club 2; a.f.s. club 2; driver train- 
ing 2. 

WHITE, THOMAS 
volleyball 2; intramural Softball 1, 2, 3. 



photo credits 

Ralph Wayne Studio 
Torrey Capo, Hingham Mirror 
Fred Keenan, Quincy Patriot Ledger 
Larry Wolfe 
and 

Richard Otis 



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SPONSORS 



Mr. and Mrs. Oscar P. Beclc 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Bullock 

Miss Regina Caffrey 

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138 


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OPEN ALL YEAR FREE PLACEMENT SERVICE 

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Classes Starting Every Monday 
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Cleaning Tailoring 


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to the Class of 1965 

HINGHAM JOURNAL 

FRANK H. MacLEAN, Editor 



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427 Lincoln St. 

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749-2016 



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Quality Market 

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Alterations, Cleaning, Pressing 

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64 South Street 

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Rl 9-0260 




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71 Main Street 
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Call Rl 9-0894 
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TRAVEL AGENCY 

INC. 

107 South Street 
Rl 9-9500 Hingham 

49 Centre Street 

SR 2-3232 Quincy 

MASSACHUSETTS 



Compliments of 

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OF 
PLYMOUTH COUNTY 

Hingham, Massachusetts 



Hingham 

Rlverview 9-0215 

Best Wishes 

DONOVAN 
DRUG CORP. 

Weymouth 
EDgewater 5-2023 



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"Dealers in Rare Coins" 

294 Washington St. 

Boston 8, Mass. 
C. ROMANO, Pres. 



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5 & 10c STORE 

Hingham and East Weymouth 
Massachusetts 



Compliments of 

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Painting and Papering 



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ATLANTIC SERVICE 



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COACHMEN 

AUTO CLUB 
of 

HINGHAM, MASS. 



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LOAM, SAND AND GRAVEL 



"From Our Own Pit' 



72 A Cross Street 

Hingham, Massachusetts 

Rl 9-2068 



hi-fashion KITCHENS 
of Wood by HINGHAM LUMBER COMPANY 
For Estimates Call Dave McKinnon Rl 9-4200 

(NO OBLIGATION) 
190 Summer Street Hingham 



142 



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E. GARDNER JONES 



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Established 1882 
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Tel. 749-0335 

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142 North Street 
Hingham 
Rl 9-2260 



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SERVICE CENTER 

250 Lincoln Street (Rte. 3A) Hingham, Mass. 
Rl 9-0255 



SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 

PAINTS & WALL PAPER 

Paints for All Purposes 

Including 

SWP House Paint 

Super Kern-Tone Deluxe 

KEM-GLO 

21 Main Street Hingham 

Rl 9-0917 



Best Wishes From 

HINGHAM MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. 

49 Main Street 
Hingham, Massachusetts 



143 



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230 Gardner Street 

Hingham 

Rl 9-4300 TR 8-4300 



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14 North Street 
Hingham, Mass. 



Masonry by 

ANTHONY G. 

BARBUTO 

9 Pine Street 

Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-2185 



Compliments of 
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Electrical Goods Repairs 
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Garden Supplies Housewares 



31 MAIN STREET 
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BUSINESS MACHINES 

86 North Street 

Rl 9-1801 

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From 

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Dodge in Hingham 

Rte. 3A 

Hingham, Massachusetts 



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INC. 

Hingham, Massachusetts 



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SERVICE STATION 

185 Lincoln St. 
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Pre Teen and Junior 
44 North St. Hingham, Mass. 



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392 Main Street 
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New and Used Cars — 
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Open Evenings Till 9 Rl 9-2900 

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HINGHAM 
CAMERA SHOP 

61 South Street 
Rl 9-0588 



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SHOP 

27-29 Station Street 
Hingham, Mass. 



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Compliments of 

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Rl 9-1277 
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COMEAU'S SERVICE STATION 

E. J. COMEAU, Prop. 

GASOLINE, OILS and LUBRICATION 
TIRES, TUBES and BATTERY SERVICE 

FORD SERVICE A SPECIALTY 

3 Summer Street 
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146 



JOSEPH CALVI 

Contractor 

Licensed Sewer Connector 

Asphalt Driveways 

Cement Work of All Kinds 

Excavation 

104 Kilby Street 

Hingham, Mass. 

Rl 9-0876 





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THE 


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22 North St. Hingham, Mass. 

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SHOPS 



Congratulations 

to the 
Class of 1965 




LYNN RANGE 
OIL BURNERS 



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GAUDET OIL BURNER 
SALES AND SERVICE 



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Tel.: 
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Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1965 



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150 Causeway Street 

Boston 14, Massachusetts 

LAfayette 3-3244 



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at Leavitt St. 
(follow Nike Site sign) 



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Hair Stylist 

Hingham, Mass. 
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Hingham 



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78 South Street 

Hingham, Massachusetts 

R| 9-9776— All Repairs 



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Drugs Lunch Gifts 

Greeting Cards 

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Cosmetics by 

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and others 

DONALDSON DRUG 

Supreme Shopping Center 



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INC. 

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Tel. 749-9810 

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and 
Duxbury, Massachusetts 



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HINGHAM, MASS. 



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Tel. Rl 9-1442 

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(Route 53) 
South Hingham, Mass. 



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We wish to thank most sincerely all 
who have made the publication of 
this book possible, especially our 
sponsors and advertisers whom we 
urge you to patronize. 

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